Rockfield Guesthouse

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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    Into Thin Éire

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 31, 2014

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    ... said the vikings played a big role in shaping Europe, and had trade routes that spanned as far west as Ireland (and for a bit Newfoundland) and as far East as Arabia.

    Vikings were originally farmers who left Scandinavia due to poor lands, overcrowding and the fact that second sons cannot inherit, and therefore have to seek their own fortune. They are famous as pirates and raiders, who sacked monasteries for their treasures, but were also skilled explorers, ...

    Ferry to Dublin

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Feb 09, 2014

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    ... was unforgettable. The great ship, breezing through the Irish sea with a crisp wind and clear sky was something out of a folk tale. It put me in mind of the great famine of Ireland in the mid 19th century, where millions died or were displaced from this great land and sent all over the world. If coming into Dublin was this beautiful, then leaving it to never return must have been heartbreaking.

    After getting off the ferry I made my way into town via ...

    It's finally sunny!

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Sep 14, 2013

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    Today we awoke to bright sunshine - yay! Yesterday we traveled from Limerick to Dublin. In the morning I went for another long walk with Orla and we were joined by her friend Ann. Ann suggested we walk at the University of Limerick. We started off walking beside the river which was really lovely - lots of swans and flowers. There is a ruin of an old flour mill. They showed me the place where one of Pat's best friends was struck and killed by lighting when they were ...

    3rd day in Dublin

    A travel blog entry by pmzchenry on Aug 02, 2013

    ... discovered that it was going to take at least 90 minutes to dry a load. She came back up to the room got us and we headed out to find some lunch. Cian, from the bike tour, had pointed out a place that was right around the corner from our hostel. He said it had good beer and some really good food so we decided to go there for lunch. It was called the Brew Dock. It had microbrews from all around Ireland as well as from several different countries. They had at least 4 ...

    Another monastic sight

    A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul on May 26, 2013

    ... s almost too funny as I have been making Paul stop the car if I spot a canola field to get a photo, now I can take as many as I want and even right down in the edge of it. We have coffee and cake on arrival, it's been a challenging day navigating the map and roads not shown to scale, but we made it and now just relaxing admiring the valley views. We have dinner at the Coachouse pub, which is the oldest Coachhouse in all of Ireland. Once again a good ...