Whitehorn Cottages

70 Tullynagardy Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT23 4TB, United Kingdom | Ranch
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This ranch, located in the City Centre area of Belfast, is near Linen Hall Library, Belfast Welcome Centre, Belfast City Centre and Laganside Walk, and Spires Mall and Conference Centre.
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Heading to Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by bandjholidays on May 12, 2014

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... stories of what took place. We certainly left with a different take on the Northern Ireland troubles. What was supposed to be a one and a half hour tour turned out to be about 3 hours. We are extremely grateful to have had such a wonderful guide and would highly recommend this tour to anyone who comes to Belfast.

Being connected to the world once again through our trusty ...

Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

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... kitted out with a wired mesh cage type netting - all in place basically to protect windows and people from whatever might be thrown over. Essentially a 'backyard' but not really at all. It was horrible.

Our driver was Catholic but hated all the partisan **** so lived outside the city and sent his kids to a mixed school. He told us his kids are the first in the family to be in a mixed school which he pretty much had to actively seek out from outside the city. He ...

Old Wounds, New Walls

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 29, 2014

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... with other global causes. The IRA, see themselves as opposing a massive imperial force, and thus empathize heavily with other anti-colonial fights around the world, such as the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa. Many of their murals reflect this. The murals also featured many political prisoners, some of whom starved themselves to death in hunger strikes to protest prison conditions.

All in all the tour was an amazing deal. It really gave me a ...

St Paddy's in Belfast

A travel blog entry by katetahls on Mar 13, 2014

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... the United Kingdom. There are about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns as a result of an ancient volcanic eruption. When the lava cooled and contracted the cracks occurred and propogated down as it cooled leaving the columns. They are also fractured horizontally in like a ball and socket fashion which you can see as you walk across the rocks. The columns are hexagonal and form stepping stones that lead to the sea, some of the columns reach ...

Opening Ceremonies Police/Firefighter World Games

A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 01, 2013

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Up just after 8:00, lovely breakfast set up by Adrien, cereal, fresh fruit, many juices, ready to heat pancakes etc.. Went out to bus stop 10:15 or so and caught bus at 10:35. Rained hard during night and was quite overcast and drizzly most of morning. Got to soccer venue about 11:15 then about 10 min walk to pitch 15 where Britt was playing. They played Toronto, good team that plays together all the time, and got ...