Derrybawn Mountain Lodge

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


A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jul 09, 2014

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... just met. Man, did she jack away for a constant 3.5 hours, non-stop!!!!

Our arrival in Dublin was seamless and the taxi to the hotel was short and efficient. After checking in we quickly went to check on the bus which luckily picked us up just 20m from the hotel. After that we went for a pub crawl in the Temple ...

Italy to Ireland

A travel blog entry by thelynchmob on May 29, 2014

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... and was able to lead us to a local pub (O'Briens). We intended staying for a drink or two before heading on, but after getting acquainted with a few locals (Thomas our new bestie) we decided to have a few more drinks and head upstairs for dinner. Friday 30th We met for breakfast in the hotel and headed off to the city centre to explore Dublin. We jumped on the Sightseeing Hop On Hop On now our favourite way to see each new place. The commentary in Dublin however is "live" ...

The Blarney Castle;

A travel blog entry by indygg on Mar 27, 2014

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... narrow stone spiral steps, it's so steep in some places you hold a rope(that seemed to come straight down!) on one side to steady yourself. I was on step #5 and thought "I can't do it" but now 8 other people were lined up behind me! I went up around the top of the castle to the man seated on the ledge; he said "sit here lassie". He bear hugged me, told me to grab the bars, lean back and give a kiss! Yea!!!!! I did it! Everybody else thought it was ...

All is not lost

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Oct 08, 2013

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... local department store trying on our Oktoberfest clothing. Laura in her Drindel and my Lederhosen, which personally I think should be an everyday wear. We also got the news here that Kahlia would be joining us in a few days! Unfortunately time was short here so we have decided to make the return trip to follow up on our Nazi Germany history somewhere in the future.

That night we met up with some friends from back home, Matt and Sarah for dinner in their new Nuremburg ...


A travel blog entry by jeffwill on Sep 05, 2013

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"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 ...