Clanard Court Hotel

Address: Dublin Road, Athy, County Kildare, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Dublin Road, Athy, is near El Obelisco, National Palace, Gate of the Count (La Puerta del Conde), and Gate of San Diego.
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    Travel Blogs from Athy

    "You're so American :-)"

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Apr 19, 2015

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    ... and 45 minutes! given I stopped here and there for checking my map, but that was the most ive ever cycled in a strange unknown place, too. it was quitea thrill, getting an idea of whats north of Dublin, the suburbs, the people I cycled by, the beautiful sky and to get that reward of going along the sea and what do ya know! but when I got back, Lilly Minogue had been working on scones for her cooking class and I come back home to a delicious, warm scone with my name all over ...

    Final Chapter in Kildare...For Now.

    A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jul 20, 2014

    ... were highly competitive and came down to a couple of points, Lynn beat me five games in a row. Most unlucky I was. Even when I had the lead by 8 or 9 points, somehow she managed to come back and smack me down off of my high horse. Boy, it sucked. We chilled throughout the day, doing this and that. Lynn spent about three whole hours making a card for her dad, while I read (again, it works out so nicely). Lynn came to the conclusion that she has a real ...

    Wedding Weekend & Greene's Saga End

    A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jun 22, 2014

    ... as well. After the eventful evening, we skyped with friends and family. I skyped both my parents and Tray in the formal sitting room, had some good chats. Joined in on Lynn's skype in the kitchen for a bit. Afterwards, Lynn comes upstairs to tell me Lupus pooped, but she was going to act like she didn't see it and have someone else find it. Naturally, I had to go clean it up asap. What a bum. Damnit Lynn.

    Sunday, June 29
    The day began with a little more dog ...

    A goodbye.

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jul 06, 2013

    3 photos

    ... and has a two pronged harbour sweeping out to sea. Once I'd explored there and taken in Ireland's Eye, a short distance out to sea, I turned inland which, in a burst of greediness which has surely led karma to create the sights of, say, Slough, has its own views, with great hills and a tree lined horizon, with cyclists coming in both directions to take on whatever challenges the peninsula offers. Spotting a ruin up on the hill I climbed, towards 'historic Howth', where a lane of ...

    Saturday Excursion!

    A travel blog entry by sraffel on Feb 04, 2012

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    ... to walk around the cathedral for a few minutes and shop in the gift shop, which was set up in the nave and I thought kind of distracted from the whole holy aura of the thing, not that I don't appreciate a good gift shop. There just wasn't anything super exciting about the exhibits they provided. There was a model of the town, which, since we'd just walked around it, didn't do much for us. We did see the tomb of Bishop John Kearney, who was a provost of Trinity in 1799 and is ...