Weston's Lot

Address: Grove Lawn, Dundrum, County Tipperary, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Grove Lawn, Dundrum, is near The Merry Ploughboy Traditional Nights, Leopardstown Racecourse, Rathfarnham Castle, and Dunnes.
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Travel Blogs from Dundrum

1st week in Dublin :-)

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Feb 08, 2015

1 comment, 223 photos

... I didn’t know what that meant then in my mind was like ‘oh ya! Surname, I know this!’, and she was like ‘WOW, yeahhhh that’s very irish!”. Thanks to smartphones and apps I made it into the Centre! And out again around 10:30pm, and survived! Ahhh, I am SO super exhausted, haven’t been to the gym in about 2 months, and have never really cycled, felt the heart pumpin good today! Looking forward to cycling more cus it just saves sooo much time! ...

Rylie White: a day of legends

A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 16, 2015

... the London Pub next door to bum off some wifi. As we were there, four guys were playing a card game at a nearby table. Intrigued we inquired as to what game they were playing. Presidents they said. So they taught us how to play. They were also very French. Their names (americanised) Gilliam, Cleamont, Ben, Brasilia. They were a blast and a half. Sadly they return to France tomorrow. All in all an incredible day in the big city! Rylie ...

Sean Liedtky

A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 12, 2015

7 photos

... by the stadium. We got to the stadium pretty late so it was starting to get dark. They were using heat lamps to grow the grass at that time. That light lit up the stadium with a bright orange color and made it beautiful to look at. The home locker room was awesome. Each player had individual lockers. There a tv that the coaches used to track the players based off a chip that was in the players jersey. It also had a good shower stall with a cold ...


A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 10, 2015

1 photo

... time to play! We were taught the games of handball, Gaelic football, and hurling. Handball was a blast because it is just like racquetball minus the racquet. It does make your hand hurt after awhile though. Next, we learned the game of Gaelic football. This is a mixture of American soccer and rugby. It was very hard to understand because one I'm not good with my feet and second I cannot kick it very far ...

Megan Smith: Finally in Ireland!!!

A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 06, 2015

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I don't even know where to begin with today, and what all to share because everything was amazing! My morning began wi a beautiful view of Ireland from the plane... It was absolutely breathtaking and something that cannot be replicated. Once we landed, we were shipped off to Croke Park, the third largest stadium in Europe. This stadium, pitch (field) and museum is home to the Gaelic Athletic Association, which includes 6 ...