Derrybawn Mountain Lodge

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

Jameson distillery and Guinness Brewery

A travel blog entry by anven on Aug 28, 2014

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... and the Guinness brewery. We paid for the tours at each, and I think were not dissapointed. Not blown away, but fun way to spend the afternoon. Guinness brewery has a bar at the top of the brewery meuseum that serves a complimentary pint of the freshest guinness out there. After a lesson in how to drink it, the free, silky smooth nectar could not have been any better ...


A travel blog entry by emilyhogan2 on Aug 26, 2014

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... show me around that night. I excitedly said yes hoping to experience Dublin like the locals do! He gave me directions to his side of town where some fun pubs were and I headed over. When I got there he introduced me to three of his friends. They all sail together and have been friends since high school. They took me to an Irish Pub where we all had traditional Guinesses. They were extremely friendly and really easy to talk to. It made me realize how such ...

Off to Look for Leprechauns! July 8, 2014

A travel blog entry by barbeisele on Jul 08, 2014

To coordinate with Nick and Honor's flight time to Corfu, this day began with a 3:00 a.m wake-up, followed by an hour's drive to Luton Airport. Not allowed to be sleepy, we had to negotiate the confusion of checking in, security, and the proper line to be in for the correct plane, and somehow, we made it! Our first glimpse of Ireland from the air was ...

Dublin day 2

A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 06, 2014

... Guinness and how it is made. Even though it was a bit touristy, it was well done and we had fun. We ate lunch in the cafe there before we left.
After lunch we went to the Kilmainham Gaol (jail). We walked about a half hour to get there--we should have taken a cab. At the jail we took a tour and our guide told us a lot of Irish history and it's relationship to the jail. Over the years it was used to house political prisoners in addition to ...

First Day in Dublin, bring on the Guinness!

A travel blog entry by beco70 on Mar 30, 2014

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... old university with cobbled streets and beautiful architecture and houses the Book of Kells - a 9th century gothic manuscript. The Long Room, part of the Old Library is also fascinating - a beautiful room with 200,000 of its oldest books housed within.

Not far from Trinity College is Grafton Street - a pedestrian street with buskers and the usual retail outlets. En route to Temple Bar we encountered the statue ...