Raglan Lodge Guesthouse

Address: 10 Raglan Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 4, Ireland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Ballsbridge area of Dublin, is near Gray Line Dublin Tour, City Sightseeing, The Irish House Party, and Drombeg Stone Circle.
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

Travel to Ireland

A travel blog entry by ebthor on Oct 02, 2014

11 comments, 40 photos

... jaunt to the castle. We quickly walked around for pictures. Ross Castle was built in the mid 1400s by O'Donoghues; it was a tower house with 4 floors. Then McCarthy-Mor family owned the castle from 1700 onward. St. Mary's Cathedral (Killarney Cathedral) in Killarney has the 2nd highest steeple in Ireland. We made 2 stops on the way to Dingle---Heather's Restaurant for a delicious lunch of carrot soup and sandwich next to Moriarity's. Debbie bought a beautiful merino wool ...

Finally Arrived!

A travel blog entry by psubrat93 on Aug 28, 2014

... off at the Red Cow LUAS station only 1 stop away from our hotel. But since we bought the Leap Cards, we decide to take the AirLink instead. This works ok, but I was not sure where to get off to get the LUAS so we miss the first stop which later we find out would have been ideal since it is at the end of the line and we would have been able to find a good place to get on the tram with our bags. But we manage to find a stop that ...

Bye bye England, hello Ireland!

A travel blog entry by fitzy.folk01 on Aug 23, 2014

... and looks really cool especially in the misty rain. The we rode to Torc waterfall. We then rode around the lake to Dinis cottage and then back to Killarney for a nice hot shower.

Today we went on a day tour to the Gap of Dunloe. We went in this funny old car/bus thing with this totally Irish man. Only caught every few words but what we did catch he was hilarious. Couldn't get the car into gear and was praying once we did get going that we wouldn't have to stop. ...

Another very Irish day

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Aug 12, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... called the "New Gaol" when built in 1793 because it was considered a modern method of incarceration. Prisoners were kept in small individual stone cells instead of in large holding rooms together. It was basically solitary confinement for 23 hours a day in a 6 x 8 ft. block room. The real significance of the Gaol in Irish history is that the leaders of the 1916 Easter rebellion were kept here and executed in the gaol ...

Fairies and the Roots of Irish Music

A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 13, 2014

1 comment

... Irish
Oats. Yum!


My next few days, which were also my last two days in Ireland,
were spent on a SAS Field Program called "Roots of Irish Music." Our first stop
was at the Cliffs of Moher, but it was so foggy and misty, we literally
couldn't see 10 feet in front of us. We got pretty soaked just from being out
in the open air. All the fog made me feel like I was in the moors in "The Hound
of the Baskervilles." Our final destination that day was a little ...

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