Knockagh Lodge

Address: 236 Upper Road, Carrickfergus, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT38 8RP, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 236 Upper Road, Carrickfergus, is near Carrickfergus Castle, Carrickfergus Marina, Carrickfergus Museum & Civic Centre, and St. Nicholas Church.
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Travel Blogs from Carrickfergus

CCAR Adventure Race

A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Nov 23, 2013

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... Road bikes were out of the question... in fact I found myself even carrying the mountain bike, the mud filled troughs were epic - a proper adventure!

Reaching the south side of the reservoir we came to special task 5 - a shooting game! Simon took the laser gun and my job was to defend him from the two snipers hiding in the woods while we made our way around the short trail. It turns out I suck at defending because Simon was shot ...

Guinness and potatoes

A travel blog entry by ssharp on Jul 30, 2013

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... Macaela's, a little place on the Shankill. It was there we had our very first Ulster fry in Belfast. One of the ladies who works there (Margaret) grew up with Sam's nana in Argyle street, Belfast. Funnily enough, as we were walking back to Billy's car, we met another Margaret (that name thing again) who is also a friend of Sam's nana. It was great to meet them both and get a quick photo. After breakfast, Billy arranged a black cab tour with 'Smiley', a guy ...

Prague to Dublin to Carrickfergus to Portrush

A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Jul 25, 2013

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... I spot the B&B high up on my right and not accessible from our street other than by steps. There isn't any parking. 50m past the B&B, I take a right into a one way street one street over from the B&B. It leads down to the boat harbour from where we drive up onto a one way street coming back toward our B&B. Success. The hostess informs us that we did really well as most people do three circuits before locating them. Which raises a ...

Sligo to Belfast

A travel blog entry by maccaj8 on Apr 27, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... Kelly Forrest, belly in Irish means settlement. We are back to English signs again and kilometres and English money, gets confusing.
passed through Coleraine which was a hot spot in the troubles, one of the areas we went through was known as the bandit area, apparently the bad boys would hide in this area. I am blown away by the beauty of it, the coast is just spectacular, is called the Antrim coast, then we arrived at the giants causeway, I will not be able ...

The Belfast "Peace Wall"

A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 22, 2012

63 photos

... distrust.

I asked some little girls what was on the other side of the wall (I knew, but wanted to hear what they’d say). They responded simply: “Catholics.” I could hear other kids on the other side playing and laughing. The Catholics kids and the Protestant kids are most likely not that different, but they have been conditioned to fear and not like (or hate) the other side. Kind of amazing.

I kept walking and ran into three little boys, ...