Cavan Crystal Hotel

Address: Dublin Road, Cavan, County Cavan, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Dublin Road, Cavan, is near Na Seacht Teampaill (The Seven Churches), Cavan Way, and Cloughouthter Castle.
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      Journey to Monaghan

      A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Feb 28, 2015

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      ... to function again-at this point I have been driving two days by myself on the tiniest roads known to man, if I wasn't safe, too late! :)

      It's agreed that I will pick him up at 12 but I want to see the Rock of Cashel first. I am trying to navigate my way round street signs which are confusing as sometimes there are no signs at all. I miss the turn off and end up on the highway. I can turn around(half an hour later) but it would cost me 5 Euro to park, 5 to ...

      First Day in Ireland

      A travel blog entry by on Jan 16, 2015

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      ... was a bit of a delay in departing and almost 30 minutes delay in arrival to Dublin port as the berth was not available. We took advantage of the free wifi on board to book a hotel in Castleblayney, southwest of Belfast. On arrival in Dublin Jo-Ann, Ian and Keely left the older children to wait for the luggage while they caught a taxi across town to pick up the hire car. The new car is a Renault and dubbed "little Heston" as it is not quite ...

      Dublin - Day 3

      A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... a few hundred years and then abandoned it. Over time nature grew over it and the front facade caved in, sealing the inner chamber for the next 4500 years. It was rediscovered by a farmer in 1799 who was looking to to quarry the rocks so he could build some roads. While he didn't remove the rock he left the monument open so anyone could come in and take a look or whatever else they wanted. For 200 years the unsupervised public access meant that the grave was ...

      Tea, Bread, and Jam...and some Irish Dancing

      A travel blog entry by bwells on Jan 31, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... the rest of the night we all feasted while Benny played the accordion and Rosie sang some old Irish Catholic songs. They then wanted to hear what we sang at Steubenville and so the seven of us had a mini praise and worship session right in their living room. Before we could go to bed though, Rosie had to show us some classic Irish dancing. So, as Benny manned the accordion, Rosie took the girls one by one and taught them ...

      Report back Day 19 Sligo to Cavan

      A travel blog entry by borisatpace on Aug 19, 2012

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... font, and the traditional candles. It was absolutely beautiful. We took some time to reflect not really religiously but to reflect upon the sacrifice that people had made to keep their beliefs. Trues heros in my book. There was no stain glass nor any gold trim. Still the best church ever. We head straight for Cavan. This festival is huge. We get parked in town at the back of a church. To be sure it wont get robbed in there. We have a good look around and see ...