Ashbourne Court Hotel

Bridge Street, Ashbourne, County Meath, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ashbourne

The final days

A travel blog entry by lizab2004


... so it just didn't have the same impact, at least for me. The final stop is the Gravity Bar at the very top of the Storehouse; it has a 360 degree view of Dublin which was extra impressive because it was such a clear sunny day. We were all definitely ready for our free pint of Guinness. By the time we finished it was after 6pm, and even though we had such a late lunch we all decided we could eat again! That's the problem with traveling - the more you eat ...

Dublin to Galway

A travel blog entry by suetrevsal


... crossing we took turns to mind our luggage while we escaped to explore the ferry or shop in the duty free. At one point Sal and I went to the café and ate a very late lunch just to have a break. I think we were all glad when Ireland appeared in the distance. Aside from the badly behaved child we did enjoy the experience of the crossing.

We arrived at Dublin Port and once again we were guided to the transport hold where we climbed on board ...

Brighton and beyond...

A travel blog entry by cleegan


... headed off for lunch before it was back on the coach to our last destination for the day: Stonehenge! To be honest, I found my Stonehenge experience to be a tad underwhelming, probably due to the vast array of people present. It was a beautiful day however, so it did show up the formation to its best advantage, and if you squinted slightly and employed a bit of imagination you could almost pretend you were all alone performing some ancient sun, moon or rain ritual. After ...

A proper pint of Guinness takes 3 minutes to pour

A travel blog entry by dayly


... volunteered to be in a group of taste-testers. The overall consensus? Jameson is excellent. Johnnie Walker is very good as well. Jack Daniels is a poor excuse for whiskey. Next on the list was a self-guided tour of the Guinness Storehouse (a former brewery, turned museum). The highlights were by far the lesson on how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness (plus drinking the pint you poured yourself... as long as nobody stole your perfect, ...

Irish Road Trip - Dublin Town

A travel blog entry by trina.manz


... even allocate seats, rather first on first served so we were lining up at the airport early too. To our surprise they were quite quick and efficient. Everyone got on quickly, found seats and then we were in the air... In fact we were quite happy with them indeed, perhaps because we sat together and didn't expect too much. Yay.

Arriving in Dublin was pretty easy and we got a bus that dropped us off a two minute walk from our hotel. The hotel itself was very cute! A ...


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