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A Not-So-Christmassy Christmas

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... discussion. (Great Christmas conversation!) Darren tried to lighten the mood with a few jokes, which went right over their heads, then after a bit mum and dad were awake, so I went to get the iPad to Skype them for a bit. It was good to see them, but it didn't make it feel much more like Christmas! After a while hanging out there and drinking some wine and Guinness, the two of us went for a walk to get some pizza for dinner from what was apparently ...

Week 7

A travel blog entry by zurnal101


Hello again! Apologies for not writing on Monday as it was a bank holiday out here for Halloween so the city was basically shut down and I didn't have school. I used the day off as a much needed break from work and to reorganize my agenda and timetable for the work I have due coming up. As the weeks go on, my focus becomes more on school than anything else. Quite honestly, it sucks. Not in terms of the end goal because I know that this will all be worth ...


A travel blog entry by naomilittle


... so there was good reason to have a few pints (though based on the liver damage I incurred from my stay in Ireland I have a feeling that finding a reason to have a few Guinness isn't very challenging) The following day Sarah and I headed to Glendalough, in wilco I a county just south of Dublin. We took in the sites, including a stunning country estate with beautiful gardens which has now been turned into a tourist attraction and walked through the ...

Two Cathedrals and a University

A travel blog entry by helenlilley


... crowds and the wait. The library has an excellent display for the Book of Kells, detailing how and why it was made as well as giving some information about what makes it so incredible. Then it's into a little room to see the Book. It really is beautiful -- it was open to a full page illumination -- and is in incredible condition considering it's over 1000 years old. Also on display was the Book of Armagh -- lesser known that the Book of Kells, and not quite as old, ...

I hope all that I do will show reflections of you.

A travel blog entry by faith.over.fear


... disrespectful it was (they weren't listening) we went on to the portal tomb in brownshill for some pictures.... apparently it has the heaving capstone (on top) in Europe (at about 4,000 lbs) following this, we continued on to Kilkenny. They have an absolutely beautiful medieval castles. It was lived in until mid - 1900's so it's modern inside (also quite the restoring overhaul...) but it's gorgeous. There were some teenage boys playing football on the sidewalk and they almost knocked ...

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This B&B, located on Annesbrook, Duleek, is near Newgrange, Bru na Boinne, Oldbridge Estate/Battle of the Boyne Visitors Centre, and Bend of the Boyne.
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