Warren Guesthouse

Address: 10 Thornhill Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT17 9EJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 Thornhill Road, Belfast, is near Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park, Hilden Brewing Company, Woodland Park, and Colin Glen Forest Park.
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    Belfast and surrounding countryside.

    A travel blog entry by hartwell on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... photos past the starting point, the steps, which were very, very steep. Once on the other side we thought that it would be easy, however we still had to traverse some rocks before getting to the top of the opposite hill, which had some amazing views. And of course they don't believe in having any railing on the cliffs edge, so I took great care where I stood to take the pictures. Our next stop was the UNESCO World Heritage Giant's Causeway site, an area of about 40,000 ...

    BELFAST/Antrim Coast Road to Giants Causeway.

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 30, 2014

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    ... since 1694, described the rocks: "We found none square, but almost all pentagonal, or hexagonal; only a few had seven sides; and many more pentagons than hexagons; but they are all irregular… They always lie as close as possible for one stone to lie on another, so that on the outside of the pillars you can only discern the crack that joins the two stones." In later years, the Causeway became a must-see attraction for wealthy Victorians ...

    Journey to Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... Corolla with a third row seat. The extra row basically negates any trunk space however so in order to take only one car we opted to rent a roof box-which fits all our luggage quite nicely. By 2:15pm we're on the road headed for Chris's work. The drive to Belfast takes us through Dublin. We revisit that drive and once we pass Dublin, hitting some light traffic, the scenery changes. The closer we get to Northern Ireland the ...

    I think I did this entry 2 times over. Oh well.

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 11, 2014

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    ... I am going.I hopped on the bus at 8:30 (joy of an early wake up) and
    straight away met a guy from Dublin. We talked a little bit, said we would swap
    emails but instead crashed out.We were both going to Belfast so there was plenty of time.We got to the ship, and I got through security first. I went
    off to the bathroom.I had this thought like ‘what if everyone ...

    Here we come Belfast!

    A travel blog entry by focksy on May 16, 2014

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    ... top of the car because he said it's frowned upon to drive around in Northern Ireland as a taxi from Southern Ireland. David was actually a fantastic little tour guide! He gave us all kinds of history during the 1.5 hour drive and also gave us the Republic of Ireland perspective of the Troubles. The troubles is what everyone calls the period of time of conflict in Northern Ireland. More to come about that later. So turns out he had no Focking idea how to get around Belfast. He ...