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Travel Blogs from Dundalk
The first week I was in Dublin I noticed that mostly everyone rides a bicycle, so I decided to buy one. I went to the bike shop on campus and found a pretty standard bicycle, which the guy said is my size. By my size he means that the bike's seat should hit my hipbone perfectly when I stand next to it. However, when I do get on the bike I have to tip-toe in order to balance myself. Anyway, early this week ...
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 ...
... built in that long-ago.
True, you cannot get inside it. This may put you off. Go then to Newgrange and see the most photographed of the artistic mesolithic rocks. You will find ancient Ireland there and you will leave happy.
But if it is that other path you see, if you are looking for the deeper mystery, go to Knowth and see if you don't find it there. Let it move your soul.
Touch the spiral.
... Pyramids by around 600 years, and Stonehenge by over 1000. There are three major sites at Bru Na Boinne: Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth. We only got to see Newgrange, the most famous of the three. And it was spectacular. A huge dome rising out of the ground, with a single chamber in the middle. Squeezing into the narrow chamber is very claustrophobic, but it open up into a room with a 6m vaulted ceiling. The most remarkable thing is that the 6m dome is made up of ...
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