The Salty Dog Hotel & Bistro

Address: 10 - 12 Seacliff Road, Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT20 5EY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10 - 12 Seacliff Road, Bangor, is near Pickie Family Fun Park, North Down Heritage Centre, Marine Gardens Coastal Walk, and Sunken Gardens and North Pier.
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      A fascinating day

      A travel blog entry by michelesh on Sep 21, 2013

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      ... including Wales. We purchased a small woven basket, which will be mailed to us in the next month or so.

      Our next stop was Derry/Londonderry, and ancient city that still has its Medieval wall. Originally, the town's name was Derry. It was called Londonderry early in the British-Northern Ireland "troubles". The term Derry/Londonderry is used today to be deferential to both factions.

      Irish Road Trip - Belfast and Tara

      A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Apr 09, 2013

      10 photos

      Belfast was a really interesting city, it had a calm feel and wasn't as busy as other cities but was not Denmark quiet. We cruised off towards our hotel (sadly B and B days were not over) and checked in before heading out to explore a little bit. On our exploration we found a pretty cool bar, Brennan's Bar. Brennan would of course be the surname of our last housemate Brenno who is very much in love with Ireland and her culture. After many photos, some drinks and some dinner ...

      The Belfast "Peace Wall"

      A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 22, 2012

      63 photos

      ... This area is known as the Falls and this is where Catholics live. I was pointed out to a “Martyrs’ Memorial” for those “killed by the British.” I went to this place and it was the flipside of the coin to that which I had just seen in the Shankill: a memorial for those “Innocent civilians murdered by British and Loyalist forces.” Perspective changes everything, huh?

      I continued through the Catholic neighborhoods to the ...

      New Plymouth reunion in Ireland.

      A travel blog entry by marinovich2011 on May 26, 2011

      3 comments, 23 photos

      ... headed for Belfast but alas, the captain announces a further 1.5hrs sitting on run way. Kids slept, adults just about broke down & cried.

      Never mind. We arrived At George best airport in far from our best form. Bloody freezing!
      Cars sorted easily and we were on our way. Thanks to some great navigating by julz we found our cottage no with no hiccups. What a lovely surprise. They are gorgeous traditional looking farm cottages. After a quick cuppa we were ...

      War and Peace in the capital

      A travel blog entry by apoc100 on Feb 22, 2011

      1 comment

      ... ventured into the village of Moygashel to an area called the Linen Green - a shopping area that used to be a linen factory thus most of the original buildings had been preserved. Here, we went to the Loft coffee shop that had an impressive array of desserts. After resting there, we then went to Dungannon park were we walked around the lake.

      The day ended with another impressive dinner at the Church household before sleeping once more.