Ballydugan Mill

Address: Drumcullen Road, Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | Inn
 
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    The day we went to Bangor - take two

    A travel blog entry by heatherham on Jun 06, 2014

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    ... beautiful room for us a a really reasonable price and an Irish pub a mile down the road. Had dinner at a 'quaint' old pub. It had memorabilia all over the pub walls and ceiling. Colt revolver (with bullets) Winchester rifle, cooking and farming implements. Really interesting just looking at everything. As usual the food was great and way too much of it. I asked for a glass of wine and got a bottle of French red for what I had been paying for 2 glasses everywhere ...

    The Trouble with Belfast

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Feb 15, 2014

    15 photos

    ... probably cost me another 15 to get in, but was relieved to hear that the Paddy Wagon tour operators were offering to pay due to the cock up of the day before, when Barry had to drive the bus back to Dublin.

    Since a very young age, I've been fascinated with the Titanic. I used to watch the National Geographic documentary of Robert Ballard finding the wreck over and over and over until it drove my parents mad. I built models, read books, and hung posters of ...

    Four countries in one day

    A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Jun 20, 2013

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    ... absence that day. After introducing ourselves, David pointed us in the direction of where we could find some food - a Tesco on a main road at one end of our street - and suggested we take it and eat by the lake at the other end of our street. But first thing was first: we needed funds. We still had plenty of euros, but we were in Britain now - we needed pounds. We headed off towards the Tesco and had only gotten just around the corner when I spotted a ...

    1906

    A travel blog entry by 3254l on Oct 04, 2012

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    Today felt a lot nicer. Temperature was in the mid fifties and the sun was out. I took the information desk's advice and visited the city Hall. I was not expecting what i was about to see. It was huge!
    It was like Belfast's own little castle for a city hall. I decide to explore it beginning with the outside. There was a huge lawn full of people. ...

    Being an account of a few wee fight between giants

    A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Jun 17, 2012

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    ... Earth 25,000 times. 25,000 times!!! That's enough to go to the sun and back multiple times. They also got into rope making, to the extent that there was a time when they said every sailor on Earth had touched a Belfast rope. The plant covered 15 acres. And if you're still not convinced that Belfast can think big? Other ports built ships, Belfast went ahead and threw together the Titanic and the Olympia. We drove by a stretch on the docks across from the newly ...