Ivanhoe Inn and Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... and Protestant residential areas. There is a gate between the two sides that is open during the day, bit closed at 8:00PM. On one side the Union Jack is flown from the houses and on the other side the Irish Republic flag is flown. The downtown shopping area is safe and non sectarian. We stopped for lunch in a pub and had fish and chips and a Guinness ...
I finally had a bed last night, that was my own, wasn't at a backpackers, was so very comfortable, and was well away from any dreaded church bells! This translated into an absolutely awesome sleep - finally - that just had to coincide with a morning where we had to be up at the crack of dawn, so despite all this it was still all too short! But I wasn't really lacking any motivation because today we were off on another tour, this time north and into yet another ...
... like. This is what I loved about travelling, becoming friends with a group of people who otherwise would never have met. Under any other circumstances we'd not know each other and have little in common but the love of travel makes sure you're all best pals after the first beer, and best friends forever after the last shot of Jamesons. A great night was spent perusing the various pubs and bars of Belfast, including Fibbers McGee and the Empire where a traditional ...
After leaving Dublin, we made our way up to Northern Ireland and stopped in Belfast for a bit. We walked around the City Hall and saw the monument to the people who died on the Titanic. Then it was back on the bus to take a ferry over to ...
Awoke around 7, outside getting light earlier. Last night only second time since Dec. saw stars out. Spent time using internet then packed and back to Belfast. Used the M1 dual carriage way, four lane highway.Allowed 120 kmp until Northern Ireland then 100 kmp . The Vauxhaul even though a small economy car handled the road well maintaining speed easily without too much noise. Road clear of traffic , even entering Belfast so made good time and ...