Derrybawn Mountain Lodge

Derrybawn, County Wicklow, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Derrybawn

Dublin (Ireland Day 5)

A travel blog entry by cdesnoyers

... One of them goes to McGill, and the other 3 are from the USA. 1 of the 3 is from Illinois and is very nice, and the other 2 are travelling together and are from Wyoming. It's so cool because their loves are so different from ours. They're from a small town and they both work on ranches. Both vey nice and said we should go visit them and work on a ranch sometimes - literally my dream right ...

A Huge full day in Dublin

A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g


First stop Trinity College - The Book of Kells - written around 800AD - beautifully written by scribes and illustrators - informative display explaining it all and then the real thing! Next Guiness Store House - lots of people - obviously a great watering hole for local Dublinners as well as lots of visitors - a nice Guinness after the displays enjoyed with some live music - good old rock & roll with an Irish fiddle twist. Next stop St ...

Up Up and away !!

A travel blog entry by daleville

... it.
It was an ideal time to take this flight, noon to midnight and then add on your eight hour time difference.
At the hotel, an early check-in, requested at the time of booking makes life easy.
That evening, a stoll down the drive of the hotel we discovered an "O'Brien" sandwich bar next door which really made us feel at home !
Washed down by a couple of "Tiger" beers their club sandwich was not bad at ...

THE MOTHERLAND...literally

A travel blog entry by maureenkuhl


... station, we had a wonderful week seeing sights and being a part of the amazing theatre going experience that is Punchdrunk's A Drowned Man. We ate a lot of really good food and I introduced M.e. to the best cider there ever was. After work on Friday, we journeyed to Gatwick airport where we met Miranda and M.e. shepherded us through our first Ryanair experience-- which is literally the Megabus of the air. We landed safely in a rainy Dublin and were met by the Paddywagon (a ...


A travel blog entry by jeffwill


"The fortress of Eamhan Macha has vanished except that its stones remains. The Monastic City of the western world is Glendalough of the Assemblies." (Feilire of Oengeus c. 800 CE) Glendalough has long been an area renowned for its natural beauty and history and it is one of the most visited places in Ireland. It's name means "glen of two lakes" and is a glacial valley in ...