Ballyrobin Country Lodge

Address: 144-146 Ballyrobin Road, Aldergrove, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT29 4EG, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 144-146 Ballyrobin Road, Aldergrove, is near Antrim Castle Gardens and Lough Neagh.
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      A travel blog entry by marjoleintravel on Aug 22, 2014

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      ... Over 3600 people were killed and thousands more were injured. Many artists have written songs about this era of which U2- Bloody Sunday and The Cranberries-Zombie must be the most famous. The Troubles stopped when the Good Friday Agreement was signed on April 10, 1998. But was signing a paper really enough to move on?

      It is easy to see that the history between Ireland and the United-Kingdom has been a difficult one. The roots can be found in 1609 when ...


      A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jun 24, 2014

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      ... We stopped and had a walk around here after getting as much info as we could from the information centre before we carried onto our final stop in Donegal. We pulled into a wharf car park right next to the River Esk and after a walk round the streets and a delightful old cemetery we called into our first Irish pub " The Reel Inn' and had a pint. the landlord was very pleasant and said they played Irish folk songs every night, so, after we had dinner back in our camper we ...


      A travel blog entry by cazzah on May 18, 2014

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      Arrived in port at 5.45am. Caught a bus to go sightseeing throughout the city with a very patriotic Irishman. Visited the Giant's Causeway, a world heritage sight, a mass of basalt columns packed tightly together. We stopped to look at the Dunluce Castle, and ...


      A travel blog entry by robinstride on May 08, 2014

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      ... talked to me- it was one way - he talked for at least 15 minutes and I have no idea a word he said - very friendly here, it's just I can't understand them !!!!

      Back to the apartment for an hours break and rest before heading back out. It's very busy down by the town hall with all the cycle teams being introduced.

      Late evening meal (very late at around 11pm) and I popped into a local Indian for a very nice (if spicy) lamb ...

      The Trouble with Belfast

      A travel blog entry by benstevens on Feb 15, 2014

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      I awoke the next morning in a humid and crowded hostel room, and after having the most awful shower ever in a cubicle smaller than a cutlery drawer, was ferried off to a Black Cab Tour. I had high expectations of this tour after a strong recommendation from a friend, so my spirits were lifted by this shining light in the itinerary. The tours are run by black taxis in lieu of the vivd green buses we were using so as not to incite any unrest in the areas we were about ...