The Salty Dog Hotel & Bistro
Travel Blogs from Bangor
We packed up the tent early in the morning and headed off to the Giant's Causeway. As National Trust members we had free entry but we did have to pay to park the car...
We did the circuit by starting off with the walk along the clifftop, getting a great view of the Causeway and coastline from above before descending down to see it and the …
We finished up in the pretty seaside town of Bangor after a lovely drive along the coast road. We were there for Jono's brother's wedding which was great fun, & we flew back to London (tent pegs and all) on Sunday from Belfast City airport.
It was a whistlestop tour of Ireland, and we covered a lot of ground, but we had a really good …
My parents took us out on Tuesday to see Josh Groburg who is known for his operatic style voice. He doesn't just like operatic music though and had 2 sets of drums, a brass and sring orchestra, electric guitars and a piano on stage with him. He likes to talk a lot too. Marcelo thought ...
Going to use this weekend to get ready for a very busy but amazing trip.
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I think I am ready got my malaria tablets, clothes and all my technology!
I head on Tuesday flying from Dublin to Kruger via London. I will then spend 5 days looking at lodges and ...
It wasn't until 2001 that I first worked in a bar (probably by then I had spent enough time on the other side of the bar). I got the job through my good mate (at the time) Darren Latimer. I was employed mainly as a barman on the downstairs bar at McMillen's Bar, Bangor. The bar is on a corner and actually quite a prominent position, overlooking Bangor Marina and pier. Bangor is the middle class Protestant dormitory ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking