Tullamore Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Room service
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... to run their boats so abandoned them. Was Guinness time so they recommended a pub at Shannonbridge. OMG!! What a place. The walls and ceiling are covered with business cards, photos, jokes etc. You name it, it was hanging there or stuck to the wall/ceiling. We left our card complete with tiki! Was a grocery-store pub combo and out of the 1950's era. Sold everything. Looks like I am going to run out of space so had better stop before I lose ...
... but don't get me wrong it was still beautiful especially along the river with the waterfalls wow you really don't expect to see this stuff when you look at the outside of the castle). The science museum is a nice touch too, it was interesting going through the museum and reading about how the telescope got made and restored, and also seeing the telescope itself that really was cool. So back on the road again, and this time it was a bit more of a ...
After our time at the serene Beara Peninsula, we made the drastic atmosphere switch and made our way to a music festival. Not just any music festival, but one held at a castle. We had lucked out and were able to volunteer at the festival and so, we picked up a tent and some sleeping bags and made our way to Tullamore, County Offaly.
Castlepalooza was small in terms of outdoor music festivals but was a really fun weekend and a great memory for the both of us. We were ...
... a Neolithic settlement back to 3000 BC when the population of Ireland was about 10000, later there was a monastery and there’s written evidence of that – the Coptic monks are rumoured to have brought Christianity to Ireland and it was gradually changed. In Norman times there was a small settlement too. There’s no Roman history, the Romans apparently got as far as a small island and said something like ‘it’s ...
... even from child to child in a family so that makes it harder to trace the family tree. A lovely old man told us that the old Catholic graveyard was a couple of miles away, surprisingly it was by an old Protestant church and there were Protestant graves also there, very unusual to have the two together I’d think. We had little bother finding it, but with the stones being the age they were, and in some disrepair, there was never ...