Best Western Warners at the Bay Motel

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

The Little Car that could.

A travel blog entry by pamplonas2 on Jan 20, 2014

Awoke around 7, outside getting light earlier. Last night only second time since Dec. saw stars out. Spent time using internet then packed and back to Belfast. Used the M1 dual carriage way, four lane highway.Allowed 120 kmp until Northern Ireland then 100 kmp . The Vauxhaul even though a small economy car handled the road well maintaining speed easily without too much noise. Road clear of traffic , even entering Belfast so made good time and ...

Ah, Belfast

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Jul 30, 2013

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... said she would work on it. I took a shower and went out to dinner. The B&B is in a college area, so there are lots of really cute pubs and restuarants. I ate at Claudine's, an Italian place - very good!

I came back about two hours later and still no solution. In their defense, they had checked in another solution was found and I didn't get any news. Also, as in all my travels so far, the WiFi connection was BAD!! What I like about the ...

From Sri Lanka with Love...

A travel blog entry by carjack83 on Jul 20, 2013

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... for London, followed by a 12.5hr flight to Colombo and a 5ish hour drive, eventually arriving mid-afternoon Monday (UK time). If you pray, we would really appreciate it if you remembered us over the next few days as we travel.

1. For the work at Smile Lanka:
- For the teachers and for the 150 or so kids they teach and feed daily.
- For those who are in prison and their families who are supported by Smile
- For the widows ...

A Long Day in Belfast

A travel blog entry by annhobbs on Jun 30, 2012

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... bread. The farls, which means quarters are made from soda bread, flattened and cut in fourths. This is my favorite and I make it at home. Here definitely fluffier, but also, store bought. Rosanna showed up, she is Lilly's oldest and I get on with her quite well, plus Blaire and I were staying with her. I opened the door to her and lots of exclaims and hugs and met her youngest daughter, Catrina. She's about 10. We visited a short time before she needed to go to her house. ...

Belfast, Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jun 25, 2011

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... the museum. Instead we caught the shuttle back to the main entrance then walked back to the train station where, too late, the signs on the platforms pointing to the museum were obvious.

The return train trip was likewise uneventful. After dropping off our back pack (Ruth) and camera (Tom) we went to the old pub opposite with the intention of a quiet meal. After a drink at the bar; and a discussion ...

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