Derrybawn Mountain Lodge

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

Day Focking Two (and Three too)

A travel blog entry by focksy


... we met Frances and John for some drinks. Frances is the first cousin of a friend of mine in Scottsdale, Christine. They took us to a pub in the neighborhood John grew up in which was right around the corner. Absolutely loved these two! And that's when **** got real. We had a couple drinks and then were joined by Frances's brother, Liam. Then by Liam's friends John and Phil. By the time we headed to a "late" bar, we were all about 4 drinks in ...

Monday December 9, 2014

A travel blog entry by pamanion

Day 4 Monday Had a terrific day! We signed up for an all day tour to Glendalough and Kilkenny so left the hotel at 7:45 am to find breakfast and it was still pitch dark! Sunrise is at 8:30am!!!! We did find a local coffee shop with fabulous croissants and diet coke with ice! All is right with the world... The day trip was terrific. It was a comfortable bus although I closed my eyes as we went through some of the narrow mountain roads. The scenery was just ...

Alive Alive Oh...Alive Alive Oh!

A travel blog entry by aprih.york


... sort, I suggest selecting different dishes that you can then split with your friend or significant other. More options means more fun and more delicious food especially when it comes to the menu here.
GORGEOUS is what the Irish call it when the food defies all expectations. That it does!

Here is a link for the menu: .html

For STARTERS we shared a trio ...

Reunion in the Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by pandasphere


... was the Dublin Castle, which used to be a legit castle until it burned down - and is now just more of a large government building. Under British rule, it was the seat of British authority, and was not exactly the most beloved building. Adorning the main gate was Lady Liberty - but a very different kind of Liberty. She wasn't blind, and while she was holding scales, she was also holding a sword and clearly favoring it. Pretty clear implication there. ...


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 ...