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Travel Blogs from Belfast

The Park - The city Beach

A travel blog entry by lisaajane


... 898">which wasn’t all that summery.Then I headed out.I was going to go swimming, but then remembered my towel was
on the 6th floor of a building I couldn’t get into on my own.So I went to the Botanic Gardens instead.I got out my book (which I found for 50 pence in a thrift
shop yesterday!) and sat under a tree. #palegirlproblemsI braved the sun for a total of 5 minutes over a 2 hours
period with ...

Tales of Giants and "The Troubles"

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer


... us to see the political murals in both the Shankill (Protestant) and Falls (Catholic) areas, as well as the Peaceline, one of 48 visible walls in Belfast that separate Protestant and Catholic neighborhoods. Even today, gates in these walls are locked every night to try to prevent trouble. The 49th wall cannot be seen - it lies below ground in the city cemetery, separating the two sides even after death. It was a disturbing place to visit and a ...

The Giro arrives

A travel blog entry by robinstride


... soaking up the atmosphere at the finish which was great. Everyone here is so welcoming the Irish just want to talk !!! And do they talk !!! Fantastic even though they have funny accents and you can only understand half of what they say !! Found a fantastic old world cafe/bar for lunch just off the finish line and had Irish stew and crusty bread for lunch !! Looking forward to the main race tonight !! After lunch I took ...

Black Taxi in Belfast!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark


... heading off for an early bedtime because we had to wake up at five in the morning to catch our ferry! Our early bedtime was completely useless, and our sleeps were far from restful! There were people running up and down the street screaming and yelling, and two of our roommates even decided to come home at three in the morning and have a little hanky panky in our twelve bed dorm room! Life experience I guess: always have headphones ready! We woke up ...

Giant's Causeway, Carrickerede, Carrickfergus

A travel blog entry by alandjo


... at their tops, sometimes dished a little. It is really remarkable as the columns are almost all the same size and run in a strip under the Atlantic across to a couple of the outer Hebrides Islands (Scotland). I was certainly not sure footed enough to be scrambling all over these columnar structures, like my companions but it was awesome nonetheless. After taking the shuttle up the hill (Britt, Adrien, Jason, and Brandy walked) we crossed the field to the hotel and ...


This hotel, located in the Dundela area of Belfast, is near Belfast City Tour, Belvoir Forest Park, Victoria Park, and Van Morrison's Birthplace.
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