Castle Leslie Estate

Address: Glaslough Village, Glaslough, County Monaghan, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Glaslough Village, Glaslough, is near St. Patrick's Cathedral (Church of Ireland) and Armagh Public Library.
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          Travel Blogs from Glaslough

          From A to A, tomorrow from A to B.

          A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 15, 2015

          11 photos

          ... The peat fields after they have been stripped by huge mechanical harvesters. All over the Conemarra and through the West we have seen individual's digging it up, bagging it, drying it and using it for burning to heat their homes but here the scale of the operation is industrial and the land looks scared and ugly whereas on the individual scale it looks cut and gouged but it looks temporary and likely ...

          The Trouble with Tourists (part 1 of ?) - Jonathan

          A travel blog entry by theschaades on Jul 30, 2015

          18 photos

          Part 1 of an undecided number of parts: So in this blog I am going to talk about an issue that needs to be addressed as a crisis of international importance. We need some sort of legislation banning the sale of selfie sticks at popular tourists sights. I don't know how we could enforce this globally but I am open to suggestions (maybe through NATO or something, I dunno just spitballing) Selfie sticks sold for smart phones (especially at ...


          A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 15, 2014

          14 photos

          ... displays, this is rarely seen as the shops rarely have large, if any, windows. Got to Carrick-on-Shannon, but only cruiser boats, we wanted to see narrow boats or barges. We think today is the hottest day we've had since being here in ireland - three weeks on Thursday. Kevin did a lot of driving and we finally arrived in CONG around 6.30pm. WE ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE PLACE, I HAVE NEVER SEEN A TOWN LIKE IT! Cong is a village straddling the borders of County Galway ...

          Dublin to Warrenpoint

          A travel blog entry by carol53 on Jun 12, 2013

          2 comments, 15 photos

          ... was very friendly and pointed out a fact that I thought might be the case but confirmed it. We were sitting in Northern Island looking across at the Republic of Ireland and the only road at present was to go back into Newby and cross back over the border. However recent developments have seen the approval of a bridge crossing between the two points and this will be a first for Ireland. The first bridge crossing between the north and the republic. ...

          Bua na cainte. (The Gift of the Gab)

          A travel blog entry by gouldfish on Feb 15, 2013

          5 photos

          ... disturbance, and prehaps the most well known happened on 30 January 1972. 13 Catholics (unarmed) were shot and killed by the British (a total of 14 were dead, as one man died months later of injuries). This event was known as Bloody Sunday. Because of this the Irish Republican Army and the IRA operated in the town. The troubles began to end by the late 1980s and early 1990s. However the tour guide (who lived through these troubles) said that the city never has recovered. ...