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Review of Belfast by Gerard McClinton on June 6th, 2009
The Friday variety market is fantastic. They have an excellent selection of stalls. They range from stalls which have a wide variety of electrical goods to antique stalls all at very competitive prices. The food selection is great with numerous fresh fish,fruit and speciality food stalls. Overall a great days shopping with great savings and friendly traders. Well worth a visit

Review of Belfast by george clake on October 16th, 2007
Yes agree the best way through the beautiful city of Belfast is in a black taxi tour.We though the our guide was excellent with his indepth knowledge of the area's.The mural's and peace walls were breath taking www.belfastblacktaxitours.com was highly recommended to us,we won't disappointed. GEORGE & SUE UK

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Carryduff, Belfast

Review of Carryduff by Lee Patterson on June 23rd, 2009
It is nice to know that The Royal Ascot is still there in Carryduff. I had my wedding reception there 22nd September 1984. I just wish that there was a photo of the hotel on the web. Lee Patterson Taree, New South Wales, Australia

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