Dukes at Queens
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDukes at Queens Belfast
Great spot for a city shopping trip in Belfast. It was only 15 minute walk to city centre and the Xmas markets. Lovely spacious rooms and cocktail and tapas bar made this hotel an enjoyable stay. Staff were very friendly and price good for boutique hotel.
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After an early start yesterday, we caught a cab to Manchester Airport for our flight to Dublin. Good flight, first time on a small plane about a 60 seater. Barely felt it touch down! Picked up our next car at Dublin airport and headed straight for Belfast. Great scenery even along the motorway, was in Belfast in less than 2 hours. We checked in …
... me getting there than I am! I have 3 nights there and 2 will be with Lee which will be great. I have instructions to go see the Titanic Museum by myself which is strange. It's one of Belfast's major attractions, if not the major one, and I've heard that it's meant to be really good. So that should keep me busy tomorrow prior to me finding the way to the airport to collect Lee. I think the ferry company, Stena, has 11 sailings a day which surprised me because ...
... a running jacket and then we toured the City Hall. There is a Titanic Memorial there with all the victims listed which is quite sad. We then went for dinner to the Crown Liquor Saloon which dates from the 1830s. It's outside was constantly blown up during the "Troubles", as it is across from the Europa Hotel which was a favorite target of the IRA.
Tomorrow we are heading to Edinburgh via ferry and ...
... museum were housed in
remains of the real Titanic salvaged from the deep and pulled back into Belfast
Harbor. You can visit the real S.S. Nomadic, the last ship of the White Star
Line’s fleet that was used to ferry some ill-fated passengers out to the
Titanic from the port of Cherbourg, France.
On my last day in Belfast I had the morning free before my
1:00 P.M. bus to Dublin. I used it to walk around in the university are of
South Belfast around ...
... it so we had to rent a Garmin instead.
We were on the road to Belfast by about 4:30 and drove straight to the hotel in the city center without any problem arriving to our room by 6:30 p.m.. In fact, as we were nearing the location as provided by the Garmin, I saw the entry for the Hilton Car Park in time for Philip to turn into the gate for it. We had to take a ticket from the machine to ...