Bettystown Court Conference & Leisure Hotel

Bettystown, County Meath, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bettystown

Okay, now I'm awake...

A travel blog entry by iamspirited

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Yesterday we arrived at Jackie's around 1:00pm. We ate a bit and I passed out from exhaustion in Clodagh's room until Ann roused me finally at around 4:00pm. I went down to the kitchen and met Jackie's friend Orla. I listened to many stories while eating a delicious homemade quiche and sipping wine. As the evening progressed - all taking place in the kitchen overlooking fields ...

Is breá liom tú cosúil le Éire

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz

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... always had that good and positive vibe. People seemed happy in there and looked like they enjoyed their time. This only shows me, that no mater how beautiful the place is, it is the people that bring the soul into it. But besides Galway if you like country side anywhere away from the city is just as good, green and calming. Funny….Reading back to what I just wrote I sound so pessimistic, but for all these years that I lived in central Dublin this is basically the every ...

Day 3 - Rainy Dublin

A travel blog entry by paulkalo

Up early (Chris was happy about this) and into the magnificent Juke for our final voyage together. After frantically searching for the lost key card which was irrelevant in the end, we were off. The drive seemed much quicker on the way back, but still amazing to see the green rolling hills and countryside. Stopped for KFC (closed), some random Irish joint (closed) and finally old faithful McDonalds. Double sausage ...

When in Dublin: Guinness w/ Irish Beef Stew

A travel blog entry by andieviele

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... of a rare heat wave. The architecture in not interesting and the streets rather dirty. To make up for these facts, the people are exceptionally charming and kind. Highlights were: 1) going to the Beatty Museum and seeing how ancient manuscripts, including paper, were made and bound. 2) The Irish stew and Guinness I had at the Old Storehouse Pub in the Temple Bar area. Looking at the cool pubs. 3) the Guinness ...

Graves and Flowers / Guns and Roses?

A travel blog entry by berenicek

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... let them speak for themselves. One particularly interesting bed was the photo in flowers of James Joyce. As the flowers are just coming out we really got the impression. The blurb says: Ireland’s very first tulip portrait was planted in the National Botanic Gardens on 23rd October 2012. Our staff, assisted by Dutch experts, Jan Guldenmond and Nol van Ruiten of the Keukenhof Gardens in the ...

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