Glandore House

Glandore Park, Dún Laoghaire, County Dublin, Ireland | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Dún Laoghaire

St. Patrick's Evensong

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... who had no idea about the specials on the board he was holding! We ended up getting some pretty delicious food though, for just €10 each. Yummmmmm! Afterwards we went down to a pharmacy where Darren picked up some cold and flu tablets to try ward off the cold he felt was coming on, then we went past the off license for more beers and went back to the hostel. We only ended up having one beer, as we were all pretty wrecked, so we went back to our rooms and I had a shower then went to ...


A travel blog entry by docdavid


... football is played with a round ball, but many of the plays look like Australian Rules. There is a combo goal net /goal post. The Irish are fanatical about it. I am ambivalent, but glad I watched it - I have to admit that before today I knew nothing about it. Hurling is another Irish sport that sounds much more interesting. Played by men wielding sticks, apparently teeth are frequently lost during a ...

Where did the time go??

A travel blog entry by burkerika


... this past week. On Sunday (28th) we walked to Dublin Castle and had a look around in the pouring rain. Within the castle walls is the Chester Beatty Library and Gallery. Not all that exciting to me, but I took some good pictures. Everything here is so old and so pretty! On Monday evening (29th), we had another reading with an author but this time it happened to be the Academic Director our program, George. We all love George so we all went to support ...

Ireland - Blue Skies and Sunshine

A travel blog entry by georgeheap


... CD at the end. We hung out after and chatted with them for a while. What a great day it was followed by a great evening filled with traditional Irish music. Day 3 we went started the day by going to the Cliffs of Moher. Wow what a spectacular sight! I am definitely coming back here! Sadly we only got 40 minutes there and I wish we had more so I have decided to come back. Later we went to this amazing place called Burren, which looks like you are on the moon. Such ...

Christmas in Ireland

A travel blog entry by aprih.york


... until we shared a Charles Dickens' Christmas meal with the Murphy family. It was a lovely array of fixings from the book the Christmas Carol with everything from roasted goose and Yorkshire pudding to egg nog and figgy pudding. What a way to round off this, our first Christmas in Ireland.

Christmas this year was definitely a blessed one, full of love and laughter.

Nollaig shona dhuit!



This hotel, located on Glandore Park, Dún Laoghaire, is near Wild Wicklow Tours, Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre, James Joyce Museum, and Maritime Museum of Ireland.
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