Newcastle Youth Hostel

30 Downs Rd, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0AG, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 30 Downs Rd, Newcastle, is near Royal County Down Golf Club, Murlough National Nature Reserve, Dundrum Castle, and Slieve Donard Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Newcastle

On the Road in Scotland

A travel blog entry by the_macs on May 15, 2013

Up at 5.15am and caught the very quick 40min Easy Jet flight to Edinburgh. Good flight no frills as per the adverts and seemed very efficient, we had booked speedy board (SB) much to our surprise so we were first on the plane. Arrived in Edinburgh. Avis found our car booking then found our out of the car park thanks to our TomTom GPS and we were away on our Scottish ...

Journey to Belfast

A travel blog entry by linda.pestes.7 on Sep 12, 2012

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... around city hall" and there are some random photos around the city.
Today we went to The Titanic Exhibit, which was very informative. We found the exhibit itself had a lot of information and photos in it, but it was totally mobbed with people, several bus tours, so we found it not that well directed. However, we had purchased the Belfast Titanic Pumphouse Tour as well, so after a long walk down to the shipyards, we had an awesome ...

Heathrow security stinks

A travel blog entry by muggie on Apr 10, 2012

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... are t-shirts in the souvenir shop that say TITANIC: built by an Irishman, sunk by an Englishman! HA :) The other industry that Belfast is famous for is linen. Irish linen was famous all over the world and I remember my Grandma owning tea towels that were marked: Irish linen.

We visited the political areas of Belfast where the Loyalists and Republicans live in separate areas. The reasons they live separately are for religious and political ...

A day in Belfast

A travel blog entry by hscoggin on May 10, 2011

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... 8217;s no longer being used for its original purpose. Bill mentioned a proposal a few years back to remove Sampson and Goliath, since, at the time, they weren’t being used. He said the entire city rose up in protest, and it was concluded that, even if the shipyards were never again used for any purpose that would require them, they had been a part of the city skyline for so long, they should always remain there. But of course they are being used now, so ...

The Mourne Mountains

A travel blog entry by steveandkat on Nov 15, 2010

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We sat on top of Slieve Donard for about an hour eating our food, petting enthusiastic dogs and chatting with a group of Irish men. It always excites me to see how many groups of older men and women there are hiking along with me to the top of the earth. Most of them seem to be in better shape than I am! They may not know it, but they provide something for me to look up to.

In the distance I was able to see a dim dark haze spreading across ...