Beechlawn House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... taken aback to learn that the first stop was the Titanic centre. As in the famous ship. I had no idea that Belfast was once a thriving industrial area, and was the place to go for ship-building and linen production. The famous and ill-fated Titanic was built in the Belfast shipyards, and still has a strong impact on the local community, even though it lies at the bottom of the Atlantic ocean.
The Titanic centre is basically a very well set-out museum detailing the ...
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After the museum we wandered the Bogside taking in the many murals and the famous Free Derry sign, with time pushing on unfortunately we didn't have time to tour the city walls as we wanted to see the coast before getting to Belfast.
So into the car we got and soon enough were taking in the north coast of Northern Ireland, our trip was now one of culture, countryside and consumerism with the idea to visit a number of the locations from TV ...
... walk from the bus station and the main part of town. On Friday I spent the day exploring. I continued my tour of universities I didn't get into by stopping by Queens University, then I went to Ulster Museum. I walked up to City Hall and explored St George's Markets. I went for a walk West and saw some of the famous murals. I accidentally went on a shopping spree in Victoria Square and spent ...
... Great music in the firm of a live band, the lady lead singer looked like she was set in the 50s', looked great, Kevin was impressed with the guitar player, "was as good as Peter Poser" Picked up a bottle of wine and mineral water then headed for the bus station, saw the bus was about to leave so I lined up to get tix and kev raced off to hold the bus, luckily the driver saw him and drove back in to get us! We had ...
... commemorate IRA volunteers (they're very particular to call them volunteers) and civilians who have been killed over the years. Saddest one was a catholic girl who was shot in the face in 1992 apparently for the crime of providing medicine to people in the staunch Protestant areas. It's just so hard to wrap your head around the whole thing coming from NZ... There's still stuff happening now, for example our driver showed us a leisure centre gym type thing that had just been ...