Ballydugan Mill

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

      A travel blog entry by aerial.tennille on Sep 22, 2013

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      ... We found an Indian restaurant for an early dinner (this time we googled the address & used the navigator to get there; turns out that was a much quicker method of finding an Indian restaurant than following my directions as we had in Dublin). A couple of the dishes we ordered came out incorrect but they insisted we should keep those as well as the correct ones that they then served us! ...

      Giant's Causeway

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Jun 15, 2013

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      ... who kept stopping every 5 minutes to show us one photo or another. On the way back we passed HEAPS of heavily armed policemen, who were all around the streets. Apparently there had been a bit of a protest or a fight or something going down around the area, and there were extra police in the area tightening security, because Obama was visiting the next day for the G8 summit. We eventually made our way back to the hostel, via a "shortcut", and went to ...

      Kinda disappointed, we wish we hadn't been

      A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Sep 15, 2012

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      ... First thing should have been to take one of the three hop on hop off buses. This would have given us an idea of other places to visit and things to do. Then, and only then, should we have gone to Titanic.

      Back to the story. Titanic Belfast (http://www.titanicbelfast.com) has been constructed at the head of the slipways that Olympic and Titanic were built on. The Harland and Wolff drawing offices are beside the museum and will eventually be opened as part of ...

      Crossing the Irish Sea

      A travel blog entry by eliseandmatt on Jul 28, 2012

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      ... then the sky the next because it was swaying so much. Luckily that didn’t last long. Unfortunately it didn’t help Matt feel any better.

      We stayed in the lounge until I had finished lunch then we left and went down to deck 7 to have a look in the shop. On that level I also saw a games arcade and an iPad station. We went back up to our room to relax for a bit before we arrived. I went out onto the deck to take some photos but it was so windy so ...

      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
      ...