Titanic Apartments

Address: 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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      Belfast - our last stop

      A travel blog entry by jmjeans on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... remember the times of "the troubles" as the locals call the period of civil strife, however with peace since the mid 90's, there is a spirit of optimism and a good vibe throughout the city. It is a city worth a return visit.

      After visiting the museum and a walk through the Botanic Gardens we took an express bus for an overnight near the airport and then an early ...

      LONDON /GLASGOW/BELFAST and it's Nina's birthday

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 28, 2014

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      ... the golfers. Wikipedia "The most famous hole is the third, a par 5, dogleg right, of 500 yards, where the fairway simply ends about 300 yards from the tee, as the land descends into a vast, deep bunker, nicknamed the 'Cardinal', about 50 yards across, which is buttressed by railway ties. Many championship hopes have died in this bunker. The Pow Burn flanks the hole down its entire right side. The Irish Sea / Firth of Clyde forms the western boundary of the course, flanked ...

      Belfast is on the Walls All Around You

      A travel blog entry by mike.schwartz on Jul 26, 2014

      ... it is mostly safe especially on the main roads. I also strongly recommend going in the daytime though. It was interesting to go from Pro-Brittish Sandy Row, flying the Union Jack with pride, over a highway into the west where the Tri-Color Irish flag was hanging. After walking through republican Falls road it was back into Loyalist Shankill road. Very interesting to see the divide still in the city especially knowing the violence that divide caused ...

      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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      ... and I was
      left alone?’…Ha! the terminal was empty when I got out a few minutes later.I ran onto the ship, and searched 4 floors to find Nathan. I
      was determined to find him again.I found him, and we both ended up sitting next to the window
      taking photos of the water. It legit looked like we were in the Caribbean!We both ended up crashing out on that ...

      The Giant's Causeway & Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jun 08, 2014

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      ... the Glendun Viaduct, a three-arched viaduct over the River Dun, and soon got back towards the coast as we approached our first main stop - Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. The rope bridge connects to a small island that was once used by fisherman to catch salmon in the rich waters. From the parking area, we made the scenic hike of about a mile to the bridge. This is a fairly popular attraction and Matthew warned us there could be a line to ...