Ivanhoe Inn and Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... and walked into the ornate building. It was too early for the tour so we decided to catch the HOHO bus for a tour of the city. It rained on and off and the traffic in some parts of the city was horrendous. Tour took about 2 hours. We went to all four zones of the city. We saw the new Titanic museum shaped like the bow of the ship, the parliament building, Queens University, Falls Road (from the Troubles Era), the International ...
... like completely normal places without people
pushing a sectarian religious agenda. Yes, there are political posters and
graffiti around but those aren’t any different than what you’d see in cities
elsewhere. And instead of Union Jacks, Ulster Red Hands, and Republican
Tri-Colors the flags I saw fluttering all around the rest of Belfast were the
gay pride rainbow flags as the city prepared for its Gay Pride weekend two days
after my visit.
... http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/critical/r esearch/researchcentresandnetworks/srcn / Our conference was on Scottish religion, home and abroad. And it was focussed on not only the historical impact of religion on Scottish society, but the continued legacy that it has within this context. There are some pictures of Queens Uni in Belfast, which is a really pretty building. As well as the impressive grand ballroom. As an American I am still overly impressed by the sheer grandness ...
... the bad speakers on the bus. We also pass by the Titanic museum where we learn that this is where the Titanic was build in 1912. We do some souvenir shopping like any good tourists must do. Then we head to an italian restaurant. Perfect, the pasta and pizza are ''Buy one get one free''! We are a bit disappointed by our breadsticks and by the group of loud ladies next to us but at least we get about 15 candies with our check. We go back to our ...
... We went thru lots of little villages and overtook hundreds of bloody trucks (or Lorries as the Brits call them). We realised we would be passing very close to Gretna Green so decided to stop there for lunch. Very popular place and there was a wedding going on...had a nice lunch We arrived in York at rush hour to our hotel, which is a nice old hotel on the ...