Farset International Hostel

Address: 466 Springfield Rd., Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT12 7DW, United Kingdom | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Gaeltacht Quarter area of Belfast, is near Shankill Road, Falls Road, Culturlann MacAdam O Fiaich, and Black Mountain.
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    Travel Blogs from Belfast

    "The Troubles"

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on May 07, 2015

    3 comments, 74 photos

    ... if somewhat disheartening journey through The Troubles. His slightly unbalanced view of the IRA as the guardians of puppies and small children vs the Protestant militias as drug lords and thugs was probably just as insightful as the various stops we made. Obviously a Catholic, he was the product of a school system that remains rigidly segregated to this day.

    Another tragic claim to fame for the city of Belfast is as the home base of the ill-fated ...

    Belfast

    A travel blog entry by christie-lee on Apr 25, 2015

    ... even kids go to school in there own areas and you don't really talk to someone from the other side until your about 16,17. The walls and sides of houses had beautiful murals on them but that meant something to each side! Some taxi drivers even refuse to go in to the Protestant if they are catholic! Like I said it was a definite shock to the system! Belfast was a cool and beautiful city though! Now on to Galway with a few stops along the ...

    An Irish tale

    A travel blog entry by quinns_travels on Feb 20, 2015

    ... as Chevlins. Most tourists would look over this place; the unimpressive building sinks into the background. The grey slate stones and run down roof do not give one a feeling of a cosy establishment but vanity isn’t an issue here. For the locals and those who frequent here it is a haven.

    The low wooden beams are an intricate maze above your head, so smooth and dark they seem seamless. Not low enough to graze your head but just high enough that the average ...

    The Northern Ireland Experience

    A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Sep 16, 2014

    11 photos

    Sorry guys but I thought that we had done this entry. My mistake.

    NI was an interesting experience, but at the same time fun and enlightening experience.

    At the completion of the WAW, we came to Derry/Londonderry. As many of you will know this was (among other things) the city of the Bloody Sunday massacre. Only "peaceful" for 16 years, this is a city that came to epitomize "The Troubles". This is also a city coming to terms with ...

    Day 101: The Birthplace of the Titanic

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 26, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... is not in the water right now). We walked through the yard where Titanic and the Olympic were built. On the ground some lines were marked to show us the outline of the ships and how they were situated back when they were being built. We read the various plaques around the area and learned some new facts about the Titanic and the fleet of ships built with her.

    By the time we had finished with the Titanic exhibit outdoors it was dark. ...