The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast
Staff very friendly
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... cloth and inside fresh off the griddle were wedges of soda bread. It is a triangle shape, looks like a scone and is crispy on the outside and soft and moist and fluffy on the inside. For a person who is fussy with bread and can take it or leave it, I did some damage to the basket level. We chose an Ulster Fry for our meal, which included a 'potato bread' (like a pancake) and fried soda bread which is sinfully good, local sausages and bacon, grilled tomato ...
... Peter Finn and the International Coordinator, Mr Frank Hennessey. A lovely table was set up for all the Erasmus students and the headmaster welcomed us. He told us a bit about what the school will be like the coming weeks because in the month of February, most of the students will be out doing their teaching practice.
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... where a jumbo-tron had been set up, and everyone was watching the men's finals of Wimbledon. We found several pedestrian streets with shopping and cafes, but many things were not open.
We grabbed lunch at a pub called Muriel's. Tom had Vegetable Gnocchi, and I had a Yankee Southern Fried Chicken Wrap. I had to, the name cracked me up. Interestingly enough, the street we ate on had an alley called Cole's Alley off it. Too bad ...
... was some good fun. After that, thought, I had to rush back to the hostel to watch the Fightin' Irish take on the Trojans to complete our undefeated season and win a spot in Miami for the BCS National Championship. I can't believe we're going to the championship!!! Nobody on the volleyball team understood my excitement about American football, especially the French guys who heard the American pronunciation of Notre ...
... had begun, the giant awoke and the story - the history of Belfast, by interpretation was presented! And what a show, people lifted in the air by the cranes, doing acrobatics, fireworks - emphasizing significance, bands, with pipers and traditional instruments also, dancers, singers, animation on the screen and at the end a fireworks display. All in all the story was from a nearly 6th generation girl, whose family worked in the former linen industry (you see the stacks ...