Address: 4-8 Telfair Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT1 4DY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the City Centre area of Belfast, is near St. George's Market, Ardglass Golf Club, Royal Ulster Rifles Museum, and Cornmarket.
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Travel Blogs from Belfast

Volcanic Cruise Day 13

A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 18, 2014

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... over 80% of the world's shipping in 73 shipyards. Today there remains only 2 with the latter recently bought and currently undergoing renovation. Comet is the name of the first commercial steamship ever built to transport tourist from smaller ports down the coast to Glasgow as doing so with coach and horses was an arduous task. Strangely it was built of wood which seems an recipe for disaster (which is was) and also supported a ...

Day 21: Northern Ireland Day Trip

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 11, 2014

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... that part of the story above, as it doesn't really add anything to the narrative, but it does add length, and I think that's needed for today's entry. Being so early, the bus got out of Dublin relatively easy and headed north. Apart from a brief rest stop at a service station, we were going directly to Belfast. And in great news, we had nobody like the ODWs on this bus so weren't delayed one bit by people! We had a separate guide and driver on today's tour, which ...


A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Sep 09, 2014

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... some of which continues today. We first jumped off at the Titanic museum and I'm not going to lie to you... Do not waste your time. It costs £15 to enter and there is genuinely very little mention of the actual ship. It's more about Belfast itself and the economy, imports, exports etc. There are some cool parts at the end and eventually they tell you the real story which is so sad, but you could cut out the first hour and not miss a thing. Fifteen bloody quid. ...

Touring Belfast

A travel blog entry by consultimago on Aug 22, 2014

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... two 1912 pennies when their father said goodbye to them. He told them to keep the pennies forever so they would always have two pennies to rub together. Sadly, Susie's great grand father lost his life the day the Titanic sank in 1912. He was among the 1500 who died; only 716 people survived. Susie is now in possession of the two 1912 pennies and has become an expert in Titanic history and has even written a book about the tragedy-aptly ...

The Little Car that could.

A travel blog entry by pamplonas2 on Jan 20, 2014

... Sheldon and remember each road. Despite a few vagaries of road travel, everyone seems to drive in a civilized way .
The food is similar to what we cook in Canada, at least in restaurants . So not much of an adjustment to be made there. Enjoy the puddings, and at Clontarf Castle last night had Christmas pudding. A taste that invokes warmth, family, and a good spirit of the time. And those who know me , not to buy clothes much. Bought a pair ...

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