Fondest memory: I had all kinds of things planned for my daytrip from Dublin to Belfast. Walking the streets of Protestant and Catholic neighborhoods, viewing and photographing the city's many murals, basically trying to get a real sense of the place and understand The Troubles. Instead I spent the day getting smashing drunk with the locals, talking of peace and enjoying, in every sense, a perfect spring day.
When in Belfast, I would highly recommend visiting with the locals, preferably at local pubs. Friendly, the locals will make you feel at home. My fondest memories is the 'craic,' just getting to know people and understanding their culture.
Fondest memory: One of the fondest memories I have of Belfast is visiting the 'historical' sites---from the shipyards to the Ulster Museum. The murals are fascinating as well as the neighborhoods. I love downtown. Kelly's Cellars [pub] is not to be missed.
Spending an evening at any pub with good friends, good music and good lager.
Fondest memory: Pub crawls ending with chips at Spuds.
Local Ceidlehs (spelling?) with loads of Irish dance & song.
Irish storytelling at Queen's University.
visit the main pubs in the city centre!!!!....striaght across from the Europa Hotel and Great Victoria Street Train/Bus Station. All of THEM!!!!
Fondest memory: Well I live here so I have loads of memories but my main one is when I forst came here in the Winter and it was snowing and it was still beautiful.