Number 11 Townhouse

Address: 11 Malone Manor, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT9 6SR, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the King's Hall area of Belfast, is near Public Records Office, Malone Golf Club, Barnett's Demesne, and Royal Belfast Academical Institution.
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    Belfast - Titanic, violent history & drinking prob

    A travel blog entry by on Aug 16, 2015

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    ... new due to rebuilding of the city after the conflict that had occurred in the city. It was fairly fascinating to see the most bombed hotel in the world. Speaking of bombing we spent a good solid chunk of time in the areas of the city that had been the areas of significant conflict during the conflict between the catholic (pro Northern Ireland joining the Republic of Ireland) and the Protestant (wanted to stay united with the UK). Walking the murals and the derelict sites ...

    Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by mattccaddy on Jul 03, 2015

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    On Wednesday afternoon we arrived in Belfast. Ever the controversialist, Rob opted for an Emerald green shirt, whilst I conservatively went for Black. In contrast to Dublin, Belfast is a lot more dour and gritty. We stayed in a Catholic neighbourhood, which displayed a few Irish flags. There were some murals and references to "the Troubles" and the bloody sunday massacre. Almost every fence had barbed wire. Despite this Belfast ...


    A travel blog entry by acps on May 22, 2015

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    Murals : We went in Northern Ireland. In this part of Ireland, there were lots of conflicts bewteen protestants and catholics. So, many murals were made to defend one of the two sides. Today, murals are always made to denounce events. When we were driving in the city, we saw this mural. It's made of several paintings which represent the history of the United Kingdom. We were very happy to see this one because it was huge. Then ...

    Belfast - A step back into history

    A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... troubles’.  I would’ve liked more history on the ‘troubles’ as they call it, but it was still interesting what we saw. I thought it was a tad sad that at the end of one wall there was a giant Coca-Cola sign beside all this history. It was a bit like seeing the Berlin wall murals and people had written graffiti over it.  <u>Titanic Museum</u> Saturday afternoon I spent 3 hours at the Titanic Museum. The Irish and museums are made for ...

    Donaghadee and a near tragedy

    A travel blog entry by prinret on May 18, 2014

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    We arrived in Belfast early on May 18th. We were able to get Joan a wheelchair as her mobility problems continued. This was a great help in getting around the ship.

    Because we had been in Belfast before and knew it was a ship building city we were content with a bus trip around the city. Belfast, of course, is the home of the Titanic. She was built in its shipyards. Today only two shipyards are active. From our balcony ...