Roma

Address: 46 Bryansford Gardens, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0EQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 46 Bryansford Gardens, 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

Stone age to space age

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Oct 08, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... meaning or purpose of such stones. Theories include astronomical/calendar calculations, or religious/spiritual ceremonies, or a landing marker for the Mothership, or it could be that a bunch of stone age guys got drunk on honey mead and decided to put up a big stone. I once saw four drunk rugby league players pick up a Fiat 500 and put it on its side because they could.

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Day 7 - Londonderry to Belfast

A travel blog entry by dawnandsue on Jun 25, 2013

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... of the Causway and learned of the Giant Finn's es

From there it was a short drive to the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge it was ok but not as scary as we were led to believe as it was too stable and too short but fun and we had a good walk to and from it.
Dawn went Puffin hunting but I think they knew she was coming because they all hid.

Followed the ...

Broken Belfast

A travel blog entry by ryder.alison on Sep 24, 2012

... and the Protestants - most recently known as the Troubles. Officially, the debate and the fighting is about whether to reunite with Ireland, to stay part of the UK, or to become an independent state. In reality, it's more about atrocities that have been committed on both sides. "The dirty Catholics killed my baby," "The bloody Protestants killed my husband," etc. etc.

Now officially, the Troubles are all over, although I think ...

Visiting Titanic Belfast

A travel blog entry by eliseandmatt on Jul 29, 2012

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... the slipway where Titanic and sister ship Olympic were built. There were still the original iron tracks in the cement.

It was pretty windy so we went back to the hotel after that. We let Emma play for a bit and then she started getting a bit whiny, so Matt put her on his stomach and stroked her neck and she fell asleep within a few minutes. It was pretty cute. He put her in her cot at 2.30pm. We decided to have a nap too and Emma woke up at 4.00pm ...

Day 3/Ulster Scots Introduction Day

A travel blog entry by wolfa on Jun 05, 2011

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... the rest of the group and Tim. We walked along the "boardwalk" and got to see some beautiful sites.We plan on climbing the mountain one day. Scary but amazing. Then we headed back to the house where we have built a fire and are chatting about the Irish government over tea.

We now plan on taking a walk to the top of a mini mountain and finishing the night off early. Our jetlag and nights of drinking has taken a tool on us. More ...

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