The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
Staff very friendly
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
Travel Blogs from Belfast
... to a pub called Robinsons which is a pretty authentic Irish pub and even had a couple of gents playing live music (on a Monday!!!) they even played wagon wheel and I had a good dance. We headed back and I passed out pretty quick. Tuesday July 7 Today I was up early to get a black cab tour with some fellow Canadians and a couple of Americans. The tour explained in great deal the rough history of Belfast between the Catholics and the Protestants ...
... a great book shop near the main gate (!!!). Our cab driver for the day, Colin, picked us up again after our visit and we went to retrieve our bags from the hotel then headed for the bus station and grabbed a ride to Derry. We walked through the Walled City and ate at the Diamond. -- Magaly P.S. iPod can't locate Titanic Belfast Ltd. in Places Visited, can't figure out ...
... here's last year's blogs if you fancy a bit of further reading:
Katie's - http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog/k lynch35313/1/tpod.html
Anna's - http://annatastestheworld.blogspot.co.u k/
Natalie's - http://nataliestastetheworld.blogspot.i t/
So here's my plan:
25th October - Head to Foggia, Italy for a 6 week placement with Princes
9th December - A spot of travelling round Thailand, ...
... heard of the peace lines or peace walls. How there are a series of barriers in Northern Ireland that separate Catholic and Protestant neighbourhoods. They have been built at urban interface areas in Belfast, Derry and a few other cities and the stated purpose of the Peace lines is to minimise inter-communal violence between the Catholics, whom are Irish nationalists who self-identify as Irish and the Protestants, whom are unionists who self-identify as British. The ...
... our first day we went to the 100th Protestant March which commemorates the Orange Covenant....bands and marchers take to the streets to commemorate the 1912 Protestant declaration that they would not join an Irish Republic and they would remain part of the United Kingdom....loyal to the English monarchy. They estimated that 35000 people packed the streets....there were 135 bands and many marching groups...it is hard to describe how I felt...we fell into a mass on ...