Best Western Warners at the Bay Motel

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Travel Blogs from Newcastle

Day in Belfast. ( "ah yes not be long now")

A travel blog entry by the_macs on May 14, 2013

... another 20mins. Finally under way and off we went to see Belfast. First stop we got off at we got off at was the Titanic display and again very impressive and again full audio visual display simulation of building the great ship with Disney land type ...

Journey to Belfast

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

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... by Paul Cupples and his sister Gail, who though no relation to us are so friendly and hospitable. They are taking us sightseeing all day Sunday and we are looking forward to that adventure. It will be so nice to be shown around by "locals" Who know their way around.
We have gone into several historic pubs around town, that have absolutely incredible decorating, and usually have good food as well as some great "cold beverages".
We ...

Heathrow security stinks

A travel blog entry by muggie on Apr 10, 2012

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... has an industrial history with shipbuilding being the main source of local employment with Harland and Wolff in its heyday employing 35000 workers alone. The two giant lifting cranes are still standing on the dock. They are dubbed Samson and Goliath. Apparently between them they can lift 1 million tonnes of ship 'bits'. I'm not sure if that's a fact: it's just what the guy on the bus tour told us. The best known of all the ships built here was of course HMS ...

A day in Belfast

A travel blog entry by hscoggin on May 10, 2011

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... It looks like the bow of a huge ship on all four corners, and the surface looks like shards of ice flowing across the bow. We’d love to come see it all when it’s completed.

There’s a huge building just down from the Titanic center that used to be used in the shipbuilding process, that’s now being used as a soundstage for making films. (Bill pronounced it "fillums.) All in all, they seem to be doing their best to make use of the ...

The Mourne Mountains

A travel blog entry by steveandkat on Nov 15, 2010

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... had a look around. To my right were several tops of the Mourne Mountains. I could see the wall caress the top of each peak and slither away in the distance. To my left I could see the endless ocean meet the edge of a tiny village. And behind me I could see tiny specks and different colours which made up the houses of Newcastle. The clouds above me were white and fluffy and I could see the round patches of darkness they cast on the earth as they past by the ...

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