Tullyglass House Hotel

Address: 178 Galgorm Road, Ballymena, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT42 1HJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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    Belfast

    A travel blog entry by sammishaw on Aug 03, 2013

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    ... for 50p you could buy a spongey hockey puck and when announced everyone at once has to throw them from where ever you want outside the rink as close to the centre as they could. I got pretty close but not close enough. The game finished around 9:30 we walked back to our hotel and had dinner in the restaurant where we just shared a meal and had a drink each after chatting and relaxing we went up to the room to pack our suitcases, watch t.v and head to bed. ...

    Looking back...

    A travel blog entry by olly1989 on Apr 12, 2013

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    I had the best 11 weeks of my life. There was ups and downs, disasters and highlights, drama and tears.... But I wouldn't change a minute of it. I am an absolute homebird- I used to go up to UNI on a Monday and be home on a Wednesday to see my parents... That's how bad it was! I surprised everyone how easy I found this.. I had about 4 homesick episodes but nothing a wee Skype didnt fix. My favourite place was Aus. I knew it would be all along. It's ...

    "The Troubles" - Belfast Style

    A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jul 06, 2012

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    ... Gaelic culture. In 1641, the Irish revolted against the unfair practices of their landlords. In 1642, both landless and land holding Irish, united and formed a pro-Royalist confederation in response to Oliver Cromwell's beheading of King Charles I and establishment of the Protestant Parliament, hoping to form an independent Ireland. In 1649, Cromwell invaded Ireland, intent on obliterating pro-Royalist forces, on ...