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TravelPod Member ReviewsBienvenue Guesthouse Belfast
We were welcomed like long-lost relatives & enjoyed every moment of our stay in this gracious house in a leafy garden in Sans Souci Park. While it is a bit of a distance to the centre of Belfast, buses are frequent & easy to catch, or you can walk if you're feeling energetic. Bree, the manager. bent over backwards to help us enjoy our stay. Hot water, lovely spacious room & excellent breakfast. Thoroughly recommended.
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... in a street called Bread in East Belfast
Where Georgie knows best ...' ('Ancient Highway')
5 Cyprus Avenue
'And I'm caught one more time
Up on Cyprus Avenue
And I'm conquered in a car seat
Not a thing that I can do
I may go crazy
Before that mansion on the hill ...
I think I'll go on by the river with my cherry cherry wine
I believe I'll go walking by the railroad with my cherry cherry wine
If I pass ...
... Then we headed towards Belfast. I fell asleep and
don’t remember anything more about the drive there, but awoke as we were
heading into Belfast. First, we made a quick stop at Buoy Park and ran
out for a quick photo of St. Anne’s Cathedral. Then we stopped at
Donegall Square at the Belfast City Hall for about 45 minutes. I spent
much of the time walking around the absolutely beautiful city hall,
getting pictures ...
... out on the Wild Atlantic Way. It goes right round the coast of County Donegal and we stopped off at various spots including a white sandy beach and other points where we could look out across the sea and cliffs.
We then made our way to Derry and found our hotel. As we were just outside of the city centre we decided to stay in the hotel for dinner. I got a tasty rib-eye steak and then we sat by the fire in the lounge for a few gins!
Day 4 - We ...
... dead with flowers and plaques, rather than murals on buildings. And the Irish flag was flown everywhere. In any case, it was a very powerful day. Very humbling. And it made us realize how lucky we are to live in the US of A. Of course there are worse places, much worse, than Northern Ireland. And most of it is lovely. Brian did say that more and more families these days are just like "who cares?" And not involved in any of it. But the "mafias" still have a large presence ...
... The Troubles began in the late 1960’s and is considered by many to have ended with the Belfast “Good Friday” Agreement of 1998. We drove by many “Peace Walls”, walls separating Catholic from Protestant Belfast, similar to the Berlin wall but actually lasting longer. Quite depressing, actually.
We also saw Parliament, City Hall, Grand Opera House, Queen’s University and Europa Hotel. The Europa ...