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Travel Blogs from Mullingar
So, I'm trying to accomplish 2 things tonight. 1) trying to learn how to use my TravelPod app and 2) Trying to zip my luggage! I'm thinking the blogging is going to be much easier than the zipping! It really is a good thing that my husband insisted that I do all the pre-packing events! Reallyyyyyyyyy....Will somebody actually tell me how they ever go anywhere with just a ...
For this mighty soldier on the eve of the war he waged, Told his troops of lessons learned from battles fought. "May your heart grow bolder like an iron-clad brigade" Said this leader to his outnumbered lot. Once settled in Carlisle and having done our necessary laundry ablutions, we visited Carlisle Castle, made famous by Bonnie Prince Charles during the Jacobite uprising in 1745. It has a chequered history, being home to the imprisoned Mary, Queen of Scots along with having ...
Today is what Joe would call " a soft day ", that is, it is raining. Had trouble with a lumpy bed last night and a quilt cover that only came to the edge of the bed, which meant areas were left exposed. Nothing seems right about this hotel. After breakfast we drove around Belfast for an hour or so. We went thru the university area and along the main streets before visiting the Shankhill Road area, which suffered the most during the Troubles. There ...
... in England. Moved on then to the Hill of Tara - a number of circle mounds at the top of the hill - a ceremonial site where Kings were crowned. From here we drove on towards Galway through winding narrow roads back to the motorway. Pulled off into Athlone - a town on the Shannon River located at an historically important ford crossing site - complete with castle. Stayed at Roncalli B & B - a little old house with upstairs ...
Next morning we drove into Galway, expecting to find a lovely old town. Yes, there were some nice old parts, some prettily decorated shops and pubs,
a bit of Norman wall preserved inside a shopping mall and the
remains of the old port which was said to have been visited by Christopher Columbus, but the overall impression was of ...
Other places to stay in Mullingar
Austin Friar Street, Mullingar | Hotelfrom $108
Belvedere, Mullingar | Hotelfrom $120
Dublin Road, Mullingar | Hotelfrom $161
Pearse Street, Mullingar | Hotelfrom $107
Main Street, Mullingar | Hotelfrom $98