Carngrove Hotel

2 Charlestown Road, Portadown, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, BT63 5PW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Portadown

Last Stop: Belfast

A travel blog entry by aerial.tennille on Sep 22, 2013

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... so they last until tomorrow!)!

We are nearing the end of our European adventure as tonight is our last night in Ireland. Tomorrow we will be up early to drive back to Dublin for our flight back to Stockholm. I'm looking forward to relaxing back at Dane's place for a couple of days before I have to head back home to Oz.


Belfast to York

A travel blog entry by bollidarling on Aug 07, 2013

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An early morning start with a ferry crossing from Belfast to Cairnryan in Scotland. We got to the docks at 6.30 to discover our crossing was running 45 minutes late...damned!! We could have stayed in bed. The ferry crossing was flat and I eventful...which is the perfect crossing. The sun was shining when we arrived in Scotland and off we set. It was a lovely trip thru ...

Highlands, Lowlands & the Land of the Leprechauns

A travel blog entry by binky89 on Apr 24, 2013

... clearly enjoying the next installment in the Summer Bay saga. Eventually we returned to our hotel, food in hand and ate our dinner. Turns out that old assumption that if your Chinese food is cooked and prepared by a Chinese person it will taste good... Is a total lie. It was terrible. After nibbling on our prawn crackers and then deciding they too were horrible, we threw our food out (sorry children in Africa) and went to sleep.


So ...

6th Travel Post – Belfast, Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by lorenzo1 on Jul 24, 2012

1 comment, 20 photos

... photos show some of the special features of the church. One of the photos shows the domed ceiling of the Baptistery. The dome is a mosaic that is composed of 150,000 pieces of glass representing creation and symbolizes earth, air, fire and water; the mosaic was created by two nuns in the 1930’s.


Regarding looking at the pictures that accompany the blog text, by clicking on ...

B is for Belfast

A travel blog entry by paulgoesglobal on Sep 19, 2011

... tour had to be the walls covered in the names of child victims from small towns that had been the battlegrounds of protestant commandos.

The following day we took a long bus tour out to the Giants causeway, which was an interesting geological rock formation that looks as if it must have been constructed by Giants. We also stopped by at the Glenelge whiskey distillery, not good for many of us from the hostel as we were sporting massive ...

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