TripAdvisor Reviews Eglantine Guesthouse Belfast
Travel Blogs from Belfast
... and in Londonderry and Belfast in 1969. British troops were brought in to restore order, but the conflict intensified as the IRA and Protestant paramilitary groups carried out bombings and other acts of terrorism. During the 1970s and 80s, more than 3,000 people died as a result of the strife. Peace talks got serious in the 1990s and although the road was very bumpy, for the most part "The Troubles" have become part of history.
If things were to ...
... he did find the main shopping centre and a Wagamamas restaurant so we decided to eat there on Thursday evening.
We liked Belfast as it's a small city we could have easily walked to most places from the central location of our hotel. Unfortunately, we didn't have time to go to the Titanic museum so we'll have to ensure we go there next time we ...
... in the baby carriage, the Scottish giant returned to Scotland and tore up the causeway as he went.
We spent several hours climbing among the rocks and had a blast. There was even a seal swimming just off the rock formation in the cold north Atlantic. So we got to see some wildlife.
Next stop is Glasgow, Scotland then on to Dublin, Ireland.
... Harland & Wollf, its longtime shipbuilder. Naval architect Thomas Andrews, who later perished when the Titanic sank, headed up the design of the new vessels. Construction started on the first such vessel, dubbed the Olympic, in late 1908.
Designed to be the world's largest passenger steamship upon its completion, the Titanic ...
... McFly in it. There were also dances performed by young and adults in the parade, and a concert at Custom House Square by the Albert Clock tower. There were really good musicians there and a lot of Irish music. I also enjoyed the Irish dancers and the Asian Dance performance very much.
So far my updates for now.
This week's song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3VMyHr 1gIg