Travel Blogs from Dundalk, Ireland

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The Deal with Dundalk, Dundalk. Co.Louth, Ireland travel blog

The Deal with Dundalk

A travel blog entry by cowtowncolleen

... .I wonder if he saw my pleading eyes through the laughter, "Please Noel help me, I am." One great thing about travelling Ireland, seeing other peoples towns and working in a hotel is you can beat em at their own game. Perhaps only Dundalk ...

Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland

A travel blog entry by papayaprincess

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... sightseeing whilst here...alas I have no gorgeous scenery for you...I've been meeting the millions of Bernard's cousins that make up Dundalk (I exaggerate not!)...his family is wicked...and his little four year old brother Brad is adorable (he'll be quite ...

Explore County Louth, Haynestown, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Explore County Louth

A travel blog entry by peter-linda

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... Cooley Mountains coming right down to the village from the west. On the Eastern side you could see the Northern Ireland Mourne Mountains and Greencastle in the distance. The village was quite beautiful with cobblestones and pubs and cafes everywhere. ...

bla, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

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A travel blog entry by sebcity

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Back to the hotel, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Back to the hotel

A travel blog entry by nahury1

Planning for the next leg of the trip. ...

Ballycastle to Dundalk, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Ballycastle to Dundalk

A travel blog entry by zednik

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... highlight was the spurting water feature in front of our hotel), we went on a lovely coastal drive down the east coast of Ireland. In Newcastle, I had a go on the flight simulator, in one of the many amusement arcades, but most of the games were either ...

ByeBye Dublin! Bonjour Blackrock et Dundalk!, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

ByeBye Dublin! Bonjour Blackrock et Dundalk!

A travel blog entry by kabochenook

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... nous sommes allez nous perdre dans les sentier de Ravensdale histoire de profiter du soleil. Je suis presentement chez Kate a Dundalk au programme demain: Newgrange http://www.knowth.com/newgrange.htm a suivre.. ----- We left Dublin since a ...

Cuchulainns Stone , Knockbridge, Ireland travel blog

Cuchulainns Stone

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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On the way into town, saw a standing stone out in a field. A short distance further, a sign - with a fence crossing. So out amongst the cows again. ...

Adrenalin, Cliffs, Gab, Dingle, Crystal & Castles, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Adrenalin, Cliffs, Gab, Dingle, Crystal & Castles

A travel blog entry by jrcade

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... when you click on them to enlarge; also note that the system associates photos with the location you blog from if you post them there, so pay no attention to things like Kilkenny - Dundalk, Ireland. Those are actually two different cities). ...

A whole lot of history........, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

A whole lot of history........

A travel blog entry by famlitz

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... history, so many details. I can't find the words to say how wonderful the three hours were spent in Uisneach. For anybody who loves Ireland and it's rich history this is a must. Go raibh céad míle maith agat!! From Uisneach we headed for the Hill of ...

Dundalk and the first ride of the train monkeys., Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Dundalk and the first ride of the train monkeys.

A travel blog entry by alonandjenny

From church to the ...

Dundalk, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Dundalk

A travel blog entry by jenh1211

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A place that has obviously suffered with the drop in Ireland's economy. A lot of closed or dodgy looking shops here among some traditional looking houses and buildings. A church like the tardis. So huge ...

Will you merry me?, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Will you merry me?

A travel blog entry by peka

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We were driving in the car and I thought we were going to the oysters restaurant. He said that the restaurant is closed but that he was leading me to a new place. We came to the golf resort, then we took a walk on the trails until we reached the Proleek ...

Home, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by daithimc67

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... is. Finally getting the travelogue going. 6 weeks since I got back and 6 months since I set off. Never thought id be doing a Dundalk entry on this but thats life I suppose. Excited about getting to Oz finally but still very down at the minute at ...

Charming, medieval Carlingford, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Charming, medieval Carlingford

A travel blog entry by eliseandmatt

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... is held in the Fahrenheit restaurant on the thirteenth floor (the very top level) of the hotel so it has a great view out over Dundalk and the water. Emma didn't eat much and Matt said it was because she'd not long had her morning feed. Matt and I ...

Dundalk, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Dundalk

A travel blog entry by pasoa

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Christmas was spent in Dundalk with Conor, Anne, Dermot, Pearl, Eve, Christine, Joe & Laura. We also caught up with Nuala, Orla and Jim. We got the train to Holyhead and the ferry across to Dun Laoghaire. Christine picked us up at the ferry and Joe and ...

The Bad News, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

The Bad News

A travel blog entry by cuttysontour

Today we cancelled our flights scheduled for the 30th September to Bangkok. :-( Poor Aisling is in hospital in Donegal. She has been ill since she came home from Seattle so on Saturday she went into hospital. Awaiting tests at the minute so we are ...

Down to Dundalk and in to Ireland, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Down to Dundalk and in to Ireland

A travel blog entry by eliseandmatt

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... first time we’ve had that on our trip. The room has a distinct green theme which is interesting and works because it’s Ireland. We organised our bags and gave Emma a change. At 12.00pm we went back down to the ground floor and into the bar ...

Picked up our Hire Car, Haynestown, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Picked up our Hire Car

A travel blog entry by peter-linda

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... car withonly 9,000kms on the clock. Really comfortable and plenty of room. I'm sure Peter will enjoy being chauffeur driven around Ireland. We headed north and stopped for lunch at Drogheda (I believe this was the name of the homestead in The Thorn ...

Ireland - new working and living place, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Ireland - new working and living place

A travel blog entry by detlef_spandau

My new work- and living place from August the 4th, 2008 ...

Dundalk, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Dundalk

A travel blog entry by nahury1

My new base for exploring the north. ...

Dublin to Dundalk , Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

Dublin to Dundalk

A travel blog entry by banshee

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Co Dublin, Co Meath, Co Louth Dublin to Dundalk via Drogheda ...

OK World-let's be having you!, Dundalk, Ireland travel blog

OK World-let's be having you!

A travel blog entry by loljustwanderin

Only a few more days to go before I embark on another wee wander.. It has been a bit of a roller coaster few months lead up, full of decisions and indecisions, ultimately resulting in a series of very indecisive decisions, which I'm just going to go with ...

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