Rockfield Guesthouse

Address: Avoca, County Wicklow, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in Avoca, is near Woodenbridge Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Avoca

    Dakota Shirar

    A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 07, 2015

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    ... know about the subject. She was the highlight speaker. The final lecture was from a physio who works with teams as a first responder. Very similar to an athletic trainer. All of the speakers were great to listen to and it was a lot of information put in front of us. Afterwards, we relaxed, had dinner, and socialized. It was a good day. Except when I fell down the stairs on the ...

    Dublin

    A travel blog entry by ogorman on Sep 26, 2014

    ... So we booked for 4 at 7pm. When that was done we went to there cafe and i ordered a lasagne and ate some chips. We brought our food to Trinity Unerversity and sat on the grass. I also had a soft drink that was very good. When we were done mum went off shopping and me,dad and my brother went to the viking splash tour. When we got there we got on the car/boat and sat down. There were viking he melts to use. When we ...

    Tomes and Tombs

    A travel blog entry by donnaleibham on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... and then walked past the National Museum of Ireland - Archeology. What a find!!! This museum was free and had so many wonderful displays, including an excellent display of the bog men. A real treat was the national art gallery where we soaked in some of the great artitists - no kidding - a Renoir, 2 Rembrants, Vermeer, Monet, Gainsborough and Picasso. Absolutely divine! Dinner at The Harry Lemon - a little pub. Alan had steak ...

    Dublin (Ireland Day 7)

    A travel blog entry by cdesnoyers on Jun 06, 2014

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    Today wasn't too busy. We went to Dublinia, which is a medieval museum, and it was very interesting except for the fact that there was a school of little kids there and they were so annoying and loud and the adults had no control. Brats. After Dublinia we went to Trinity College. What ...

    International Friends and Irish Mummies

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... Josh and I parted ways, and I headed off to the National Gallery of Ireland. The gallery is quite small, but conatins an intimate collection of Irish paintings and other European works. The information pannels were a highlight of the museum! They were all quite well written, in English and Irish, and had lots of info on the painters. Something I found stricking was how many Irish paintings ended up living out the end of their lives in London. I suppose it's yet another ...