Downshire Arms Hotel

Address: 95 Newry Street, Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT32 3EF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 95 Newry Street, Banbridge, is near Banbridge Gateway Tourist Information Centre and Dromore High Cross.
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      Belfast en un temps record / in a record time

      A travel blog entry by karine-julie on Jun 30, 2014

      29 photos

      ... que nous sommes. Puis on se dirige vers un resto italien. Parfait, les pâtes et pizzas sont 2 pour 1! On est déçues de nos bread sticks et du troupeau de folles "loud" mais au moins on a des petits bonbons pour 15 avec notre facture. On retourne vers notre hôtel et on s'arrête au Crown Saloon Bar près de notre hôtel. Le concept est assez intéressant mais moins propice aux rencontres. On peut soit s'asseoir au ...

      A taste of Northern Ireland (G writer today)

      A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on May 16, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... shape of the building is the width and height of the Titanic, so it's a stark building that stands out in their port side area. The Irish being the Irish when asked why they are proud of a ship that sank on its maiden voyage and killed so many go...."aye, well it was a English Captain, a Scottish Navigator and a Canadian Iceburg, we did our bit". Anyway it's a great story to walk through and is very well presented, a little distrurbing though knowing we ...

      Belfast, Ireland

      A travel blog entry by travelhippie on Mar 29, 2014

      8 photos

      ... were still soldiers from Britain there in 2007. The Protestants consider themselves British and the Catholic consider themselves Irish. Melissa was wearing a sweater with the Irish flag and our driver told her it was best if she covered it to be safe. I learned a lot and had no idea it was still ongoing. After the taxi ride he kindly dropped us off at the market which was amazing! There was so much to see and taste and a ...

      We Are Cruising

      A travel blog entry by dicooper on Aug 21, 2013

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... little town of Brugge. Several hours were spent walking the streets and talking a lovely canal ride.

      We were able to tick off our to do list here Belgium Waffles, Belgium Chocolates and Belgium Beer.

      Monday August 19 was a lovely relaxing day as our first sea day. Cheryl and I tried to win the $10,000 at bingo but with no success. I did come very close but not close enough. ...

      Black Cab Tour

      A travel blog entry by chantalandzach on Apr 17, 2013

      1 comment

      ... get along instead of holding on to the past and passing on the hate to the next generation who ends up just as hurt and upset as their parents. It is impossible for a community to mend itself with so many people angry at others they don't even know or haven't met. It just makes me so sad as an observer to see people's dead relatives (mothers, fathers, children...) that have been killed, I can't even imagine how I would feel if that was someone I loved that was gone and that I saw ...