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Travel Blogs from Belfast
Belfast was the beginning of something amazing - I could feel it immediately. It made me realise that this is possibly the best decision I've ever made, choosing to go it alone. Obviously it's scary doing anything on your own and, certainly as a female, I had all the anxieties and worries you'd expect - will I make friends, what if I get lost, what if I end up alone after dark etc. Belfast made me realise I had nothing at all to be worried about and spurred me into making ...
... I wanted to experience the city a little more. Next stop Belfast city centre and City Hall. This is where I find the Titanic memorial with all the victim names listed in a monument. Since our ancestors, for the most part, were very very poor, there are no good records to indicate which ships they came over on. Most of them hailed from Ireland on both family sides with a German, French, Scottish bit or two thrown in. Come to find out, there are several ...
... the boat. We hadn't gone 20 meters before we saw vomit all over the carpet where some poor sod hadn't made it quite to the exit door. The Irish compare for the evening was struggling to keep people in the bar area buying drinks in an attempt to give staff something to do. By 10.30 pm we finally called it a night with about a dozen people left standing fighting back nausea. The sway of the boat resulted in the worst night sleep, ever. Cal was on top ...
... Portrush, with a Tim Hortons coffee. We decide to drive along the panoramic route again toward Belfast, since according to yesterday's barman, it only takes 30 minutes more than the direct route. Well, it turned out to be a little 3h more, but at least we soak it all in. We enjoy the view and take mental shots. We get to Belfast at about 3pm and we check-in our a real nice hotel for our last night, a Jurys Inn. Since we have only a few hours to ...
... able to stop, turn around and take pictures! After a short visit to the island, we headed back across the bridge and took the alternate (supposedly easier) route back. However, like the original route, we still went up and down hills and stairways to get back. My knees and hips were complaining a bit by the time we got back to the cab, but it was worth it to see that beautiful spot. After the bridge and a brief stop to see Ireland's smallest church, ...
Other places to stay in Belfast
Golden Mile, Belfast | 3 star hotelfrom $96
- Wonderfully helpful staff and accomidation
- Good location
- Really rather good
Golden Mile, Belfast | 4 star hotelfrom $127
- Give it a miss
- Not recommended
- Trip to Befast - November 26th - 28th
Shaftesbury, Belfast | 3 star hotelfrom $84
- Nice Hotel -Shame about the breakfast!
- Could be in any city, in any country
- Overall very good
78 Malone Road, Belfast | 2 star hotelfrom $132
Ormeau, Belfast | 4 star hotelfrom $116
- No complaints
- Nice hotel let down by staff
- Great Place!
Market Quarter, Belfast | 3 star hotelfrom $129
- Value for Money
- Relaxing weekend
- Very impressed
Ormeau, Belfast | 4 star hotelfrom $109
- Leaves alot to be desired
- Would recommend and return myself
- 21st Century Hotel
City Centre, Belfast | 3 star hotelfrom $95
Golden Mile, Belfast | 3 star hotelfrom $103
Golden Mile, Belfast | 5 star hotelfrom $133
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | 2 star hotelfrom $105
- Friendly clean and a great bar to
- Not Good
- Terrible customer service - Never going again
Legoniel, Belfast | 4 star hotelfrom $102
- No Business Suit? Don' t Bother
- Ideal if you are looking for a quiet location superb value for money
- I was impressed enough with the Ramada
Legoniel, Belfast | 4 star hotelfrom $122
- 5 stars!
- A Great Hotel to Stay In!
Golden Mile, Belfast | 3 star hotelfrom $87
- OK, for the price
- Great Location, Great Value for Money
- Great Location
City Centre, Belfast | Hotelfrom $93
21 Malone Road, Belfast | 4 star hotelfrom $120
City Centre, Belfast | 3 star hotelfrom $147
- Not the first choice for a visit to Belfast
- Nice Try!
- Style over substance - Restaurant is a shocker.
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | 4 star hotelfrom $126
Cairnburn Park, Belfast | 4 star hotelfrom $148
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | 3 star hotelfrom $81
City Centre, Belfast | 5 star hotelfrom $286
- Different Class
- Service lets it down
- Beautiful hotel
Linen Quarter, Belfast | Hotelfrom $95
- A good night's stay
- Excellent Hotel
- Ausgezeichnetes Hotel
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | 3 star hotelfrom $126
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Blacks Road, Belfast | Hotelfrom $80
Queen's Quarter, Belfast | 4 star hotelfrom $116
- Excellent Hotel - Friendly Staff
- Good location near the university
- Top Notch...