The Village Green B&B

Address: The Green, Portlaoise, County Laoighis, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on The Green, Portlaoise, is near Rock of Dunamase and Donaghmore Famine Workhouse Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Portlaoise

    Another Week of Class, and Another Adventure

    A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Jan 30, 2015

    13 photos

    ... times were and realized that there wasn't another train until 7 which meant we weren't gonna get back until much later than expected. We finally made our way back to campus, but I had to book it to grab my going out clothes to Julia's room since we can't get in each others buildings pass 10, until we realized that doesn't count on weekends since security isn't as tight since all the Irish students go home. We met all of Sasha's friends (Julias German man roommate) and went out ...

    Cork to Kilkenny (Cobh, jameson.)

    A travel blog entry by iancarmen on May 29, 2014

    121 photos

    ... on the coach and we drove 90 minutes and arrived in Cashel.

    In Cashel we saw the rock of Cashel. It has a castle on it, the castle was under renovations and it was raining. After seeing the rock we walked to the main town and went to a cafe for lunch. The food was good – just a burger but it was nice. Then we walked back to the coach and drove for about 1hr. Here i listened to my ipod until we arrived in Kilkenny.

    In Kilkenny we went straight to ...

    In Callan and Visiting Granny Wilson

    A travel blog entry by jkrakauer on Nov 29, 2012

    ... there and to see the paintings done by the students there.

    Then we drove on to Portlaoise and had dinner with Granny Wilson and went to the The Nutcracker suite.We enjoyed the ballet performed in a small theatre. It brought back some memories of the last time I saw it when I was ...

    Rain, stones, Ruins and German Bulls

    A travel blog entry by peter_ginger on Sep 06, 2010

    4 comments, 148 photos

    ... in Wales and France during the early 13th century.

    The tower was constructed of local limestone and 800 year old rocks - the original building survives almost intact at just under 36.6m high. It consists of two tiers linked by a mural stairway of 115 steps. The first tier, 13m in diameter, has three vaulted ceilings each with an original fireplace. The upper tier, 6.3m in diameter, originally supported the coal ...

    Catching up

    A travel blog entry by doylefamily on Jun 19, 2010

    1 comment

    ... seemed stable enough but I was scared out of my mind. Finally, after almost an hour we arrived at our destination. First we looked at Puffin Island, which was chock full of birds; it was absolutely amazing. We saw gannets and puffins among other birds. There were thousands of them. It was both beautiful and scary at the same time (especially for me, given my fear of birds.) The only problem, other than my nausea, was that our camera decided not ...