Arch House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Athlone
This is the first morning we got a start before 10:00am and headed out after a big home cooked breakfast- thanks mom! We promised each other to stop at all the castles between Galway & Dublin but after the first few miles where we saw about 10, we figured that it would take 10 days to get there. Stopped at Athenry Castle and toured the grounds and 4 restored levels of the castle. We watched a really good, informative ...
... young lady would occasionally entertain us with a quick song and then proceed to pass back out. We were kicked out after a few drinks and headed off to bed. We will certainly miss Galway!!!
We left relatively early this morning and made a short 50 minute drive to Athlone. We are staying at the Shamrock Lodge and hotel, which is just beautiful. Both our rooms face a nicely manicured courtyard and the rooms are ...
We kept waiting for a sign that said Welcome to Northen Ireland, but the only way we knew we had crossed the border was when our GPS converted to miles. Bit of a non event really. The hotel was right in the city which was great for getting around but very noisy for sleeping. An afternoon at the titanic museum. It was amazing, ...
... our greetings in the airport we headed to the car rental desk. Now, we were SUPER excited about our great deal of a rental car - $75 for a week! WELL - we knew that was too good to be true because it didn't include ANY insurance. Now, Jason and his daredevil (cheap) self wanted to just stick with that and if anything happened we would have to pay for a new car!!!! NO WAY!!! So we bought the insurance and ...
... rebels were kept, many times for their last night just prior to their execution. One thing I did find interesting that I hadn't really understood previously was the Irish civil war. All the other Irish history involves fighting the English and so I wasn't really sure about what this war was over. Long story short after the failed rebellion of 1916, there were others as well as more political type fights for Irish independence. Eventually after many years of ...