Ballydugan Mill

Address: Drumcullen Road, Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | Inn
 
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      Ireland

      A travel blog entry by rnb2013 on Aug 27, 2013

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      ... surprised to note that Belfast was a nice city, not overalls pretty but it was safe, clean and friendly. In every city we go to we like to a walking tour, but only bus tours were offered in Belfast. The hostel referred us to a 'black cab' tour company. Wow, we couldn't recommend it enough! The driver was a local man who had grown up during the troubles. he would get in the back with us and explain the history's of the 'troubles' period of the 70's, ...

      Chasing the Drink Around Belfast

      A travel blog entry by tmm on May 05, 2013

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      ... along the way, like The Big Fish for instance) and then turning up to realize all tours for the day were finished. So, we stopped at the bar/cafe inside for a quick drink and to hibernate from the rain that had just set in. Soon after, we noticed a solo guitarist on a little stage set up and began singing acoustic covers of some of my favorite songs, so we moved a bit closer to hear better and I suppose must not have noticed as the restaurant patrons trickled out ...

      Journey to Ireland

      A travel blog entry by ozray on Aug 30, 2012

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      ... movie that floats through the ship. We got out at 6:50 just before closing and hadn’t had lunch so we went to the café and had a pot of tea and a slice each.

      Then decided to walk back to the our accommodation via the City Centre and ended up stopping at a eatery nearby at around 9pm. Very tired so made our way back after dinner for a relatively early night ready for our Giants Causeway tour ...

      Belfast and The Giant's Causeway

      A travel blog entry by chalmersfamily on Aug 09, 2012

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      ... moments – the kids had fun running through them and getting soaked.
      Next we went to the Harland and Wolfe shipyard where the Titanic was built. They have just opened a huge Titanic Centre there, which apparently has been very popular, especially as this is the centenary of the ship being built. We didn’t bother going into it though, and had quick look at the dry dock and pumping house, ...

      Wild and windy

      A travel blog entry by simoncole on Oct 08, 2011

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      ... in carefully, and over the next
      couple of hours the wind dropped to about a two, then for the last couple of
      hours it all picked up again. Getting into Ardglass was easy, well lit passage
      in. The wind was W then SW.

      I observed the swell was not that big, about
      .4meter, but because the period was about 8 to 10 seconds the effect on Kantara
      was more significant. So rolling ground swell, with white horses and a bit
      ...