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Travel Blogs from Belfast

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A travel blog entry by pasinas


... to go back home and so that we all could get some sleep. This gave our students an opportunity to think up more questions since the following day, we were scheduled to visit the Belfast Royal Academy, get a tour of their school, and talk with more of their students. Since dinner was so late, we gave the delegates their dessert AFTER the talk - I really don't know how well they all slept since dessert was PAVLOVA (which is basically pure ...

Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... of the Protestant side. Lots of them were convicted murderers and generals from various violent movements. The driver was trying to show that it's going to be tough to move on when people are growing up and living in areas that idolise the violent extreme of one side in the debate. From the Protestant side we drove down Shankill Road and saw the scenes of some of the attacks over the years and a crazy wall completely dedicated to the royal family, more precisely the queen. ...

Beautiful Belfast

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999


"I certainly notice a vitality in Belfast, which wasn't there in the seventies. There was a war going on then. Now there are cranes everywhere. There really is a sense of renewal and hope" - Liam Neeson

Vibrant, industrial, urban and trouble free for almost twenty years, Belfast is a city reborn. Once at the heart of one of the largest conflicts in Western Europe since 1945, Belfast is now a modern European city, full of bustling streets, buzzing coffee shops and ...

St Paddy's in Belfast

A travel blog entry by katetahls


... very homely and the staff are lovely. After putting our luggage in the rooms we set off in the car to a coastal town called Newcastle, it was a bit cold but it was really nice, we walked around along the beach for a while.
When we arrived back at the hostel Frankie, one of the staff members cooked curry for dinner, it was delicious. We all sat around the table and had a few drinks, there were some really fun people staying at the ...

Hello again!

A travel blog entry by elisabeth.kerst


... great Famine in Ireland were put in this prison. The government of Ireland used the prison as a solution for the large amount of beggars wandering on the streets of Ireland (mid-19th century) due to the Great Famine. Beggars had to be cleared off the streets. Although, a beggar got some food in the cell, so they saw it as a means of survival. Moreover, A small hanging cell was also built in the prison and a ...


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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