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Christopher

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Out and about
« on: April 13, 2007, 03:10:27 PM »
Now that the good weather is here many people from Belfast, exiles coming home to visit friends and relations, and visitors to this part of the world will be travelling around Northern Ireland. This thread will contain places for a drink and a meal, sights worth seeing, events taking place in country towns, shops worth visiting ... in fact it will contain as much information as members post on this thread to help you to enjoy your visit.

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Bogeyman

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Re: Out and about
« Reply #1 on: April 14, 2007, 02:19:42 PM »
Hazelbank and Gideons GreenThese two parks are situated on the shores of Belfast Lough and offer fanastic views to Belfast, Carrickfergus and County Down. There are walkways and cycle paths for the more active.

Hazelbank park is classed as one of the best parks in Newtownabbey with some stunning shrub beds, woodland garden and estate trees. There is a playground for children of all ages, a bowling green, a cycle path and a walkway to health that runs through the park.More here plpus details of other parks in the area.
http://www.newtownabbey.gov.uk/leisure/parks.asp
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Re: Out and about
« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2007, 02:24:42 PM »
Beautiful Loughshore Caravan ParkPhone +44 (0)7775 687 356 The Belfast Lough coastal area is a spectacular location with much to see and do for all visitors. Jordanstown Loughshore Park forms part of the National Cycle Network, a perfect place to rest on your tour.

Hazelbank Park and Jordanstown Loughshore Park prove popular to visitors at all times of the year, but especially during the summer months. Restaurants,bars and shops within 5 minutes walking distance.

Touring site only with space for 1 tent. Booking essential between May - October, Max stay 2 nights.



http://www.totaltravel.co.uk/link.asp?fid=624495
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