Newcastle City Centre (Millenium Bridge)

Address: City Road Quayside, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on City Road Quayside, Newcastle, is near Murlough National Nature Reserve, Dundrum Castle, Slieve Donard Spa, and Newcastle Tourist Information Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Newcastle

Preparation & Perspiration

A travel blog entry by two_in_a_tent on Sep 25, 2013

8 comments, 1 photo

... of what is on our list it'll be more than I've ever imagined I would get to experience. And we'll be doing it all in two and a half months!

So far the logistics of our trip look like this:

Monday 4th November set of on a 36hr journey from Dublin to Dubai to Malaysia to Melbourne to Auckland. We arrive in Auckland on Wednesday 6th November where we are spending five nights seeing the sights with Kathryn.

Monday ...

Ireland, you beauty!

A travel blog entry by rach-sarahs-oe on Apr 17, 2013

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Top of the morning to ya!

So we had a week in Ireland over the Easter break. It was flippn amazing. The cities themselves were alright, but the people and the culture and the landscapes in the country were so cool. A lot of Ireland looks in my opinion like NZ but with a few more castles (10,000ish apparently) thrown in there. The accents in Ireland have by far been my favourite as of yet. Sarah and I definitely had a few moments of just starring ...

Up The Antrim Coast

A travel blog entry by drbysk8ter on Jul 21, 2012

25 photos

... on top of the castle itself were worth seeing.
The next stop on our tour was Giant's Causeway. This is one of the most popular things to see in Ireland, and judging by the sheer number of people that were there....I would have to agree that it is popular. It is a columnar basalt rock formation that is quite extensive in size. Most of the columns are 6 sided, but they vary in the number of sides. ...

Union Jacks and Tricolours

A travel blog entry by ajbronze11 on Oct 14, 2011

22 photos

... a quick nudge and reminding the bus had actually stopped to allow photos and we were away again. Strange though, as an outsider and with no loyalities either side I felt alot more comfortable in the Loyalist side, surrounded by Union Jacks and red, white and blue than I did in the Irish side, there is a definate different feel and that was on the bus, I think I'd feel completely out of place on foot, as Justine did whilst returning a hire car on a previous trip home and ...

Irish Rain

A travel blog entry by tinyisgreat on Mar 08, 2011

1 comment, 50 photos

... out there today, tho! Not only was it just plain cold, but there was a biting ice wind going on.

Next stop was Giant's Causeway. It's a World Heritage site over on the Antrim Coast, and one of my favorite pretty places in the world. It's just so much fun to take pictures of (like the way Glendalough is). It's just a ton of these basalt hexagonal columns that formed after volcanic activity. There's a matching set ...

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Traveler Photos Newcastle City Centre (Millenium Bridge)

Millenium Bridge over the Thames
London, United Kingdom
A ponte de pedestres alinhada com a St. Paul
Londres, Reino Unido