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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... due to her weak ankle and a bad instance before! and its kinda tough with a guitar, but while we were playing a Reel everyone kept giving me a hard time so while still playing! I crept my way up onto my stool, its a tiny tiny stool mind you! and everyone cheered me on and it was grand! ha, brilliant. such a thrill!
This week Danielle's roommate from Boston, Jose, was visiting. I did a few hours at the clinic, and met em for dinner at Eddy rockets, like JOhnny rockets - ...
... including the bloody parts of Northern Ireland's history. There was an option to do a 'black cab' tour which took you through all the parts of the city that no normal guide could take you. It took you to see the back streets of the city and the crime side. I was keen to go but I of course got left behind again and had 2 hours to see Belfast. There was not a lot there to be honest. I just went shopping for ...
... Our first stop was at Carrickfergus Castle for a quick photo and then it was on the bus again to Carrick-a-rede island. Now this is where the fun began...and the weather went from bad to worse. We bought tickets to climb across a 20m rope bridge...that is 30m above the sea. It was a little daunting anyway but the rain and wind didn't help...neither did our rain proof coats, they proved pretty much useless up against Norther Ireland's summer weather! From there we were taken ...
... ended up at Kate's B&B. The only way to describe her is "a character". Her house is something else. It is 160 years old - a Victorian house that she has FILLED with pictures and THINGS everywhere. Comment on it and you get a rant about the young people these days and how they have their houses - ...
... to people studying genealogy, local history, or literary topics.
During the Troubles, Belfast libraries became a sort of neutral territory for both Protestants and Catholics, the Central library even more so because of its location at the hub of all the transit lines. At least that's what we were told. I tend to agree, but I still hav to wonder how much that is colored by the fact that the libraries were run by the ...