Ballykealey Manor Hotel

Address: Ballon, Ballon, County Carlow, Province of Leinster, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ballon, Ballon, is near Carton House Golf Club and Larchill Arcadian Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Ballon

1st week in Dublin :-)

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Feb 08, 2015

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... and BOOM the door is there inside the museum, twas a strange feeling holding on the handle and knocker, to think that Joyce had used that door and entered, magical, just magical. The young man in the store obviously could tell I was a tourist – still fumbling with the currency here (they have coins that are worth 2 Euros… it’s mighty handy, but why so many options?!? I even dropped one of them, was definition of awkward but it/I was fine! – upon hearing m ystory ...

Siera Updike: MCC

A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 15, 2015

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... is a lot of history at that facility and it was amazing to be able to stand where all the great cricket players have stood, and to walk where they have walked. After the tour we had a short lunch break then listened to the physiotherapist for the Middlesex cricket club talk about some common cricket injuries. I liked that part of the day too. It was interesting to hear that they don't often have that many shoulder injuries in their bowlers, but more so in their fielders. The ...

Maureen Day 5

A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 11, 2015

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Today we went to a local GAA complex called Na Fianna. They explained to us how the juvenile and adult clubs work. They taught us how to play hurling, Gaelic football and handball. Handball was really easy to pick up on because the rules are just like racquetball. Gaelic football is a mixture of ...

Zach Newcomer

A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 08, 2015

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Today we had a free day, so me and some friends went on a walk through the city. We planned on taking the bus tour but had more fun exploring places we wouldn't have found. We went to several stores inside a couple malls, and we each bought a jersey or some sort of team gear. We visited Trinity College and viewed the Book of Kells, it was very awesome to see in person. I couldn't believe how old everything was and how good ...

DUBLIN, around the town.

A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 09, 2014

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... used for hosting official State visits as well as more informal foreign affairs engagements, State banquets, and Government policy launches. The tour began outside, progressed underground to the archeological digs back in 1960s - 1980s where the moat and remains of the powder tower were discovered. Hundreds of yrs ago some part of the castle caught fire (as they all seemed to back then) and to prevent it reaching the powder tower they blew a hole in ...