Lavengro

Address: 5 Liska Road, Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT35 8NH, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Newry

Belfast

A travel blog entry by sgillies on Apr 23, 2015

17 photos

... s called Peace. Possible because it was built in the hope of keeping the Peace. Protestants live on one side of the wall and Catholics on the other. The height of the Berlin Wall is represented as the bottom grey area. From the blue up its just extra height. The gates are locked every night Monday to Friday at 6pm. People can get in and out but they have to go the long way round. Friday night at 6pm the gates are locked and opened again Monday ...

No Hot Water. No Conditioner. No Problem.

A travel blog entry by lacie.phibbs on Sep 19, 2014

5 comments, 35 photos

... It was originally built in 1775 and later fell into disrepair when it was sold in 1944 after being used during WWII as billets for RAF men and women. It was still extremely beautiful, and while we were there a bridal party was actually taking pictures! When we walked down the path and looked out at ...

Belfast - a silent tribute to the "Troubles"

A travel blog entry by leprovost on Aug 18, 2014

15 photos

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Day 13. Donegal. To. Belfast

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 29, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... past Rathlin Island. It was pretty clear so we were able to see a shadowy outline of the Scottish Island The Mull of Kintyre. From a lookout we were able to see the Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge. I'm sure that I would never be able to cross this. It was put there by farmers who had left sheep on the other little island and they could get across on the rope bridge but the sheep couldn't . It used to be put up and down but it proved so ...

What's the Craic!

A travel blog entry by elisabeth.kerst on Mar 16, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... Spanish or Irish. Most Year 9 pupils study two languages, from French, Spanish or Irish for 3 periods each a week. All Year 9 pupils study one language from French, Spanish or Irish for 5 periods each a week. All year 10 pupils study French, Irish or Spanish for 5 periods per week.

I taught my first three lesson the past week. We’ve been looking at how to write a formal essay with year 11. Next week I will ...