Bush Hotel

Address: Town Centre, Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Town Centre, Carrick-on-Shannon, is near Lough Key Forest Park and Castlestrange Scribed Stone.
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      A Week in Ireland!

      A travel blog entry by gerrittnmaggie on Nov 28, 2014

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      ... chalet, which we realized was the first time we had a place to ourselves since we got married! (not counting our incredible honeymoon suite)

      Our week of teaching was such an excellent end to our lecture phase, taught by our very own Dudley Weiner. It perfectly wrapped up all of the teachings, focusing on what every day with God looks like, and how we can keep ourselves in close relationship with The Father.

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      A travel blog entry by wombat99 on Sep 29, 2014

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      This morning I saw the lovely Margaret off to her business meeting (the reason for this trip) and headed off for a drive around Lough Gill. Although there was misty rain it in no way detracted from the stunning scenery. My first stop was a Holy Well at Tobernalt and the silence in the forest was cathedral like. Obviously a popular spot with pilgrims there were the remains of many candles that had been lit ...

      Galway is my second favourite place in the world

      A travel blog entry by ros711 on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... the Atlantic. The fields were also filled with rock, which would make it very difficult for cropping or even grazing livestock. In the afternoon we visited Kylemore Abbey, a nineteenth century manor house which is home to the Benedictine Nuns. It has the finest example of a walled garden in the west of Ireland, and shows what you can do with a whole lot of money and the will to tame the wild landscape. Have a look at the pictures attached, they are really quite ...

      Travel to Ireland

      A travel blog entry by anne-perry on Sep 21, 2014

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      Still in the Cotswolds

      A travel blog entry by anne-perry on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... this time to Warwick. Richard the guide walked us through the town to Warwick Castle pointing out interesting features. Saturday - Broardway had a fair with vintage cars on show, music and food. Kate and. I went around having a look and found other nooks, actually Broardway is bigger than it looks. After lunch we thought we would go up the hill to Snows Hill where there is an old manor that was full of things that this fellow had collected. ...