Old Rectory

Address: 148 Malone Rd., Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT9 5LH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the King's Hall area of Belfast, is near Public Records Office, Malone Golf Club, Barnett's Demesne, and Royal Belfast Academical Institution.
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    A travel blog entry by downunder2010 on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... then headed down to the pier and walked some more checking out Queens Bridge, etc. I Found myself in a phenomenal tapas bar. Food was incredible. Explored that area some more then headed back. I was hoping to get some rest last night but at 1145pm the party started. I thought it was on the floor below me Nope. The Very very loud music with thumpin bass was outside. It was teenagers. Throngs of them. In an abandoned lot next to the hotel. They had a makeshift tiki hut as the dj ...

    Sunny day number 8!

    A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 22, 2015

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    ... get back on top of the red double decker (joined by a bunch of teenage school boys who turned out to be remarkably well behaved). Belfast is not a gracious city like some of the classical European places, and the architecture is very mixed, with many areas of tenements and terrible old buildings. We did see a more affluent residential area that we missed yesterday as we drove up to Parliament House and around that area, which has very high ...

    Dublin- Downpatrick-Northern Ireland-Belfast

    A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... of it is visible today, walls still divide the city, the police station is behind huge wire fences, the union flag flies everywhere, painted posters on ends of buildings relating to the trouble. We had 2 hours at the Titanic Exhibition which was excellent, the docks where it was built still stands. Dinner at Robinsons Hotel, where a doll recovered from the Titanic is displayed, after 202klms on the road we were ready for ...

    7. Belfast - please, stay a little

    A travel blog entry by flyrina on Feb 27, 2014

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    Today we took a tour through the very fresh wounds of the turbulent last 40 years experienced by Northern Ireland. Emma suggested that we get a black cab tour - a politically focused private taxi tour which takes you to the dividing line between the Loyalists and the Republican sides of town, literally a stones throw away from each other. A world of history was thrown at us, at rapid fire speed ...

    Giants Causeway and The North

    A travel blog entry by micpacfamily on Aug 10, 2013

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    ... century and by 1513 it was inhabited by the McQuillen family. There are many stories of a ghost appearing on the cliffs of the castle, a woman in a white dress looking out to the ocean. The McQuillens lost the castle to the MacDonalds after losing two major battles. Sorley Boy MacDonnell was the most famous inhabitant. The nearby Dunluce town was burned to the ground in 1641 during the Irish uprising.

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