Travel Blogs from Dundalk
... and I have reason to believe I may have re-fractured my toe and possibly sprained my ankle. However, because of my spirit of adventure, and a burning desire to visit the Cliffs of Moher, I am currently writing this passage on a tour bus on my way to a three day weekend in Galway. I'm sure there will be tons of walking, or limping, to do this weekend. Of course I can always see a doctor on Monday once I get ...
Today we cancelled our flights scheduled for the 30th September to Bangkok. :-(
Poor Aisling is in hospital in Donegal. She has been ill since she came home from Seattle so on Saturday she went into hospital. Awaiting tests at the minute so we are rescheduling the trip. ...
We did the impossible Thursday night. We actually found a house that matched nearly all our requirements. It is in an area called Blackrock, a very nice area of Dublin. Our first requirement was a place that allowed pets. In Dublin, landlords are very strict with pets. Most places do not allow it and what is really strange is that they are mostly worried about CATS. The woman that we are renting our house from told us she didn't know much about cats but heard that ...
Today we went to Newgrange, Co Meath and saw Knowth, then Newgrange.
The experience cannot be captured, nor shared, in pictures.
There is nothing more real than the rocks, the rough hewn patterns, the cold, black darkness in the temple itself.
And all of it is more real for the brilliant, green life all around in this beautiful landscape.
The visitors center has the trees labeled with ...
... opening is precisely aligned with the Solstice sunrise and the horizon.
According to the guide, there are around 250 passage tombs all over Ireland, and most have never been excavated. How they remained untouched all the years demonstrates the purpose and truth behind legend and fable. Farmers right throughout Irish history have seen the enormous mounds in their fields, and have always left them untouched, because according to legend they are Fairy Mounds, and ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Cedarfield Lodge Dundalk
Other places to stay in Dundalk
Green Park, Inner Relief Road, Dundalk | 4 star hotelfrom $94
Dundalk | 3 star hotelfrom $89
Dublin Road, Dundalk | Hotelfrom $52
Carlingford Road (R173), Dundalk | 3 star hotelfrom $166
Park Street, Dundalk | 2 star hotelfrom $78