Titanic Apartments

66 Lisburn Rd, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT1, United Kingdom | 4 star hostel
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This 4 star hostel, located in the Malone area of Belfast, is near Royal Belfast Academical Institution, Roast Coffee Club & Mezzanine Gallery, Clarke & Dawe, and The Bell Gallery.
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    And now on to Country #2

    A travel blog entry by pasinas on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... we were greeted by a lovely coach driver named Jerry who was pleasant and a great sport. Our first order of business was to drive in to the center of Belfast to locate our two newest group members (JP and Steven) and our city tour guide for the day - a man named Billy. JP and Steven had flown in from LAX and landed earlier that morning (probably about the time we were boarding the ferry). They had just enough time to head over to ...

    Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

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    ... the Bushmills distillery. The bus driver was a great pains to explain that we didn't have eat at the distillery but it was about half way through the day and served food. Obviously had been burned before by various people proclaiming he made them do it. We happily tucked into some fish and chips and beef'n'ale pie. Hearty Irish goodness. Free samples of whiskey too.

    It was finally time for the Giant's Causeway - the highlight and the main reason we took the tour in ...

    Belfast take 2

    A travel blog entry by katetahls on Apr 17, 2014

    47 photos

    ... sculpture in Donegall Quay. It is covered with ceramic tiles decorated with texts and images relating to the history of Belfast and contains a time capsule with information/images/poetry of the city.
    The Albert Memorial Clock in Queen's Square, Belfast's own leaning tower. Because it is built on wooden piles on marshy ground, the top of the tower leans almost 1.5metres to the south. There is a local saying "Old Albert not only ...

    Old Wounds, New Walls

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 29, 2014

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    ... survive the sinking of the Titanic. The fate of the captain remains unknown. Some say that he shot himself as the ship was going down, others that he simply drowned. A popular story is that he rescued young children who had fallen into the water, but refused a place in the lifeboat himself. No matter his fate, it is clear that the captain went down with the ship.

    Interestingly enough the museum also tells what happened to Titanic's sister ship - ...

    Giant's Causeway, Carrickerede, Carrickfergus

    A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 03, 2013

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    ... I'm sure the other tour would have been as good. We stopped once more at a scenic outlook where we admired a lonely castle on a cliff top, silhouetted against the lowering sun. The trip back was inland and was quiet without the scenic views or the commentary. Back in Belfast, Adrien, Alan, and I grabbed a cab back to Crumlin Road, Adrien and Sheldon went over to Adrien's daughters for a while, Alan had a sandwich for supper, we spent an hour or so in the hot tub then early to ...