East End Hotel

Address: Main Street, Portarlington, County Laoighis, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Main Street, Portarlington, is near Emo Court.
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    Travel Blogs from Portarlington

    Are you okay?

    A travel blog entry by stephszymas on Feb 17, 2015

    5 photos

    ... For example, Sociology(really big here) students come in as first years and only take those classes for how many requirements are mandatory. Due to not having to take a million general education classes, like liberal arts schools do, they are able to double(even triple) majors and finish in three years! Grading is also on a very different scale, they are on the Britain grading scale. Students only need a 40% to pass a class, G.P.A is not a major concern. You've ...


    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Jan 29, 2015

    1 comment, 48 photos

    ... their kindness and friendliness, it’s all grand.

    Well, I typed quite a lot, but I suspect life’ll be getting busier once I start at the physio centre tomorrow, so I’m sure my weekly installments may be less wordy – as I’ll be spending more time actually DOING things! But its been a great week of transitioning, re-meeting family, talking, discussing memories of when I last visited in ’99, for example! When I was on my ...

    Ireland's Clonmacnoise Kept the Light of Learning

    A travel blog entry by travelmpq on Sep 08, 2012

    1 photo

    ... Romanesque architecture.

    The 67-foot-high O'Rourke's Tower is in remarkably good shape, given that Clonmacnoise suffered some eight raids by Vikings, a dozen more by warring Irish clans in the 10th and 11th centuries and destruction by invading English troops from the 12th century through the 1640s.

    Also in the visitors' center is a grouping of ancient carved ...

    History and more friends

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Apr 27, 2011

    8 photos

    ... bog on his farm and supplies them with fuel for the fire, we were quite curious about it. It’s like dark lumps of dirt, smells like dirt, looks quite wet but is actually dry and fairly light. She said her school holiday job always seemed to be turning the peat. The fire burned quite warm and there didn’t seem to be a lot of ash, it was quite fine. And it was so nice to see an open fire again, just a small one but I loved it. ...

    Long train journey

    A travel blog entry by tokyo_cate on Jul 03, 2006

    1 comment

    July 3rd 10.32 Caught train from Killarney to Mallow (1 hour). Damn train driver kept beeping his horn every freakin' time he saw a building or went under a tunnel. He even did the 'da dada da da da da' thing a couple of times. I wanted to shoot him. 11.30 Arrived in Mallow and changed trains. 11.55 Caught the train from Mallow to Portarlington... almost back to Dublin. I could have caught the bus to Galway (4 ...