Address: 114 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Dundela area of Belfast, is near Belfast City Tour, Victoria Park, Belvoir Forest Park, and Van Morrison's Birthplace.
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Travel Blogs from Belfast

Belfast - Birthplace of the Titanic

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 30, 2015

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... to me than many
of the places I saw in Scotland. Those empty urban spaces, though, aren’t all
the result of the “Time of Troubles” between 1968 and 1998. As a major
industrial center, Belfast was badly bombed by the German Luftwaffe in 1941,
about a year later than the blitz hit most English cities. Back then bombing
was far less precise than nowadays and many of the bombs fell in residential
neighborhoods rather than on the industrial targets.

Belfast overnight

A travel blog entry by gter1 on Jun 30, 2015

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... It was only again through another travel Samaritan, a cabbie that Gretchen asked for help, that we discovered that in Ireland "Car for Hire" is the same as Rental Cars. And since we were stuck in the unloading zone without a parking ticket, he provided the 1 pound to open the gate and escorted us to Enterprise Return. Stupid Yanks!
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A travel blog entry by acps on May 22, 2015

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Murals : We went in Northern Ireland. In this part of Ireland, there were lots of conflicts bewteen protestants and catholics. So, many murals were made to defend one of the two sides. Today, murals are always made to denounce events. When we were driving in the city, we saw this mural. It's made of several paintings which represent the history of the United Kingdom. We were very happy to see this one because it was huge. Then ...

Day 21: Northern Ireland Day Trip

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 11, 2014

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... a delicious burger and a refreshing beer, it was back on the bus and along the spectacular Causeway Coast to the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. It was a little bit of a walk to the bridge, but it was along beautiful cliff tops overlooking the North Atlantic. Once there we were rewarded with crossing a swaying rope bridge, 30 metres above the pounding waves below, and onto a little island with nothing on it but wind battered grasses and a sheer drop down to the ocean in ...

Belfast, Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun on May 16, 2014

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... and a catholic community as well as showing us the wall between the two and telling us the history of the rivalry. Many years ago Henry the 8th changed all the Catholic Churches to Protestant and declared war against the catholic. British soldiers would take land off the Catholics and eventually there were even anti Catholic laws so they couldn't be teachers or other particular occupations, couldn't live in certain cities etc. We were told that the Protestant call ...

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