Bannville House Hotel

Address: 174 Lurgan Road, Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT32 4NR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 174 Lurgan Road, Banbridge, is near Scarva Visitor Centre, Banbridge Gateway Tourist Information Centre, and Dromore High Cross.
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      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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      ... I am going.I hopped on the bus at 8:30 (joy of an early wake up) and
      straight away met a guy from Dublin. We talked a little bit, said we would swap
      emails but instead crashed out.We were both going to Belfast so there was plenty of time.We got to the ship, and I got through security first. I went
      off to the bathroom.I had this thought like ‘what if everyone ...

      Race day 2 !!

      A travel blog entry by robinstride on May 10, 2014

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      ... today... Not quite southern Italy here !!! So with a steady drizzle the riders set off, the foreigners wrapped up to the eyeballs wondering where on earth they are !!! Now I have a quandary do I walk back to the town centre (2 miles) or do I continue on and walk to the airport (2.5 miles)..... I take the latter ! With the weather improving fast and the sun coming out I opted for the 1 hour ...

      Beautiful Belfast

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 28, 2014

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      ... see, the roots of the conflict are entirely political, with religion acting as a convenient label for observers.

      In 1921, following a bunch of politics that I'm sure I will become well-acquainted with when I visit the south later this week, Ireland was partitioned, with the South become the Independent Republic of Ireland and the North remaining within the UK. The modern Troubles in Northern Ireland would begin much later, in 1968, and claim the lives of ...

      Public clocks do not work in Belfast

      A travel blog entry by pamplonas2 on Jan 11, 2014

      ... through a city to see much more than a quick drive by car. Took a couple of pictures and then returned the same way , almost , went behind City Hall to walk along a shopping promenade. A Saturday so at least the area had some people, since Sunday stores are closed. Ontario should reconsider that. Wanted to avoid a demonstration in front of City Hall , people with Union Jacks(do not see many any more in ...

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      A travel blog entry by jennyandtom on Jul 07, 2013

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      ... where a jumbo-tron had been set up, and everyone was watching the men's finals of Wimbledon. We found several pedestrian streets with shopping and cafes, but many things were not open.

      We grabbed lunch at a pub called Muriel's. Tom had Vegetable Gnocchi, and I had a Yankee Southern Fried Chicken Wrap. I had to, the name cracked me up. Interestingly enough, the street we ate on had an alley called Cole's Alley off it. Too bad ...

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