Golf Links House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it is the fourteenth largest city in the United Kingdom and second largest on the island of Ireland. It is the seat of the devolved government and legislative Northern Ireland Assembly. The city of Belfast has a population of 281,000 and lies at the heart of the Belfast urban area, ...
... stories. He drove us around to murals and explained each one and the story behind it, we drove down the 2 main streets that were bombed (Shankill Rd & Falls rd), visited memorials, the Belfast peace wall and dropped us back at the hotel with a wealth of knowledge about Northern Ireland from 1916-now. So many stories of all the troubles, interesting to see too levels of apartment buildings that were spy towers for the British army, which areas had been bombed, ...
... We raced back to Romy's and cooked a speedy meal before meeting up with Niamh, Michelle and Lisa and a horde of dressed-up kids to go Trick or Treating. It was a bit intimidating for households to open the door to a flash-mob of children demanding sweets. The kids collected a bucket-load of sweets and we stopped briefly at someone's house to assess the booty, before heading back to Romy’s to ...
... along the Lagan River ( the main river through Belfast) and then up through woods and fields passing interesting wood sculptures on the way. Eventually it brought us out to the Giant’s Ring. This is a very large earthwork barrow obviously several hundred years old and in the middle is a collection of standing stones. Ok not Stonehenge but a landmark on the route. The walk then continues in a circular route back to the Minnowburn car park. ...
... in tourist offices, and efforts such as having Derry serve as the UK City of Culture, of Northern Ireland serving as host to the upcoming G-8 summit, the opening of the Titanic tourist areas in Belfast (where the famous ship was made), it is clear Northern Ireland is seeking, at least by its officialdom, to shed its image as a simply a place of conflict. In these efforts the root difficulty of the North is exposed: the Troubles and their ...