Seagoe Hotel

22 Upper Church Lane, Portadown, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, GT63 5JE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 22 Upper Church Lane, Portadown, is near Tannaghmore Farm and Gardens, Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Oxford Island Tourist Information Centre, and Moneypenny's Lock.
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    Travel Blogs from Portadown

    Off to Belfast today

    A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on May 15, 2014

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    ... tip to do check in on line for the next flight and we will be able to get our luggage checked in cheaper. We are on to it. In the airport we felt very safe with the airport police packing automatic weapons, held with both hands against their chest. (What the? This is Glasgow not Northern Ireland) In our very small plane that won't even fit G hand luggage above (now at his feet) off we go. Once up the hostess is quickly wheeling out the trolley and then back into ...

    Belfast, Ireland

    A travel blog entry by travelhippie on Mar 29, 2014

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    ... I really recommend doing it especially with how so much of the history is still carried on to the present. Even today they still have Belfast split into two, the Protestant side and the catholic side. There's a wall up diving the two and an entrance gate between the two that closes at a certain hour during the night. If you went to school on one side you wouldn't meet the children from the other side until you went to ...

    Northern Ireland - Belfast

    A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on Jan 27, 2014

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    ... stories. He drove us around to murals and explained each one and the story behind it, we drove down the 2 main streets that were bombed (Shankill Rd & Falls rd), visited memorials, the Belfast peace wall and dropped us back at the hotel with a wealth of knowledge about Northern Ireland from 1916-now. So many stories of all the troubles, interesting to see too levels of apartment buildings that were spy towers for the British army, which areas had been bombed, ...

    What a Game.. What a day!!!

    A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013 on Aug 14, 2013

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    ... and creation, as I made my climb, and she was left to experience the natural sounds and sights of the Irish hillside. I finally made my way to the top, and got some breathtaking pictures of the town from a great viewpoint. Many involve clouds that moved in, and the pictures don't do it nearly enough justice. The clouds rolled in with some light rain, and as I stood on the hill, I felt the clouds move in, and it was amazing.
    But we couldn't stay on ...

    Our Nordie New Years Eve

    A travel blog entry by borntorun on Dec 31, 2012

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    ... an analogy to the occupied territories? Who knows? It all seemed a bit surreal. A bit sad really. After Belfast, we headed up the Antrim coast to visit the Giant's Causeway. The weather was blowing a gale but we enjoyed seeing the rock formations, walking on the headlands and listening to the folklore about Fionn McCool. Linda had made a visit back in 1999, however I'd never been. The new interpretive centre is an impressive building and the interactive headsets they give you to ...