Best Western Warners at the Bay Motel

Address: Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Newcastle

Belfast Done Fast

A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 13, 2013

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... on the city of Belfast and the time leading up to and during the building of the Titanic. Like any museum you're dealing with other tourists wandering in front of you, lingering in front of things you want to read, etc so I had to pick and choose what I was reading.

After going through the open discovery area you move into a replica area of the building shipyard and then a ride that gives you some background history on what happened in each ...

Belfast

A travel blog entry by johnnym on May 31, 2013

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... upriver - with the aid of a fish ladder - to spawn. Browsing the welcome to Belfast section in city hall, I noticed the queens film theatre is near the hostel, and showing 'Beware Mr Baker' this weekend, so in the evening I went to learn about the drumming lunatic. He was interviewed on Radio six and sounded genial and entertaining, but has actually spent his career irritating pretty much everyone he has ever worked with, ...

Journey to Belfast

A travel blog entry by linda.pestes.7 on Sep 12, 2012

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... The shipyards are amazing, the actual drydock where the Titanic was outfitted and launched was really cool to see. The sight of this massive drydock id awe inspiring. The magnitude of the work it was to create the place is shocking. The place took FIVE HUNDRED MEN more than SEVEN years, working with SHOVELS to dig! The working conditions must have been less than stellar, so it really is quite the site. Enjoy the pics...tomorrow off to Giants ...

Heathrow security stinks

A travel blog entry by muggie on Apr 10, 2012

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... who want to remain connected to Britain and the Queen and those who want a whole Ireland free of British rule like the Southern Rebublic of Ireland is already. There are many sad murals on the walls depicting the 'Troubles' of the 80s and onwards. Fortunately, most of that has stopped and they are trying to be tolerant and live in peace. Apparently there are still isolated outbreaks of violence. The Peace Wall still stands and is an ugly, 15-20 metre, ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by beemer866 on May 20, 2011

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... up with group and instructor at 1 to tour Queens University and its surrounding areas. I think the best part about this trip was the fact that it would go from pouring rain to sunny and hot every 10-15min and much of the group was freaking out by this. I found it to be expected and was well prepared with my rain jacket and boat shoes. Both of which worked fascinatingly well! Queens was beautiful. After tour, myself and three other girls went in search of ...

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