Wellington Park Hotel

Address: 21 Malone Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT9 6RU, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 21 Malone Road, Belfast, is near Ulster Museum, Queens Film Theatre, Queen's University, and The Tropical Ravine House.
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      Giant's Causeway, Donegal and Derry

      A travel blog entry by caroline_cook27 on May 23, 2014

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      Day 1 - Ferry from Cairnryan to Belfast.... I hate boats. I felt sick before we even left Cairnryan! Arrived at the hotel in Belfast about half 10 and went straight to bed!

      Day 2 - Citysightseeing Tour to the Giant's Causeway with a few other stops along the way! Got on the bus about 9.30. First stop was Carrickfergus Castle - only saw it …

      Day 21: Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 11, 2014

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      ... but we knew it wouldn't be the last time; in such a short time we'd become too good a friends for that! Not wanting to waste any time getting home, we grabbed a taxi for the short ride back to our hotel! I think I may have passed out in the toilet for a bit, but regardless, it was a thoroughly satisfying end to a great week in Ireland, I'm sure all would agree! I eventually crawled into bed, a great time enjoyed by all and finished with a boom tonight, and our time in Ireland, pretty much ...

      BELFAST/Antrim Coast Road to Giants Causeway.

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... down The cave by the roadside was a Secret school in the 1700's where the catholic children were forbidden to learn and speak their own language. Cushendall is the home of the hurling champions. Glen-almond valley where 2yrs ago such a severe winter struck - snowdrifts up to 12' deep caught the farmers unaware. The British and irish armies were called in to air drop feed to the stock but losses were heavy and now the farmers are heavily subsidised. No more ...

      Giant's Causeway, Carrickerede, Carrickfergus

      A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 03, 2013

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      ... and large spaces between the deck slats. The bridge was last rebuilt in 2008, with a continuous deck and hand ropes on either side so is probably much less scary and seems very safe. The day we were there there was a lineup to go across and attendants on either side to keep people moving. This was totally foreign to how Adrien remembers it maybe 10 years ago when there were very few visitors. The island itself is a volcanic plug more resistant to erosion than its surrounds. ...

      Day 11 - Belfast, Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by gb2013 on Jun 27, 2013

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      ... with the Belfast Sightseeing Bus Tour. This open top bus (a little chilly up top) took us to some of the main sites in Belfast. We passed Glentoran Football Club, where George Best got his start before leaving to join Manchester United. Next was Stormont where the Northern Ireland Parliament Buildings are located.

      After seeing the old Court House and Gaol (jail) on Crumlin Road we then made our way to Shankhill Road which is the main road in ...