Glassdrumman Lodge

Address: 85 Mill Road, Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT34 4RH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 85 Mill Road, Newry, is near Mourne Mountains, Silent Valley Mountain Park, and Nautilus Centre.
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      Newgrange and Knowth

      A travel blog entry by themoloneys on Jun 04, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... opening of the passages, only found in the Wicklow mountain area 100 k away. The mound covers a single tomb consisting of a long passage and a cross shaped chamber. There are the remains of four smaller tombs. Newgrange's Roof Box is a rectangular hole above the opening/door. It is set up such that on the mid winter solstice the sun penetrates down the tunnel and into the inner chamber. When we were in the inner chamber they turned off the lanterns and shone a bright ...

      Touristy Day - Wednesday, November 13

      A travel blog entry by iamspirited on Nov 14, 2013

      ... are sure of is that it was meant to magnify the winter solstice and was constructed before the pyramids in Giza. Ann and Clodagh were a little disappointed that there a 20-30 minute presentation ended so vaguely; however, I found it refreshing that theories weren't purported as scientific facts. Before exiting, Paul concluded with a demonstration of the light coming through the opening above ...

      To Fintona and beyond

      A travel blog entry by storguson on Apr 04, 2012

      1 comment, 31 photos

      ... of course, tea. We couldn't believe it and we could only nibble.

      The siblings chattered away amiably with each other and us for almost 3 hours! Their accents were sometimes very hard to understand....almost a "foreign" language? We were home by about 11:30....exhausted! It was a wonderful visit. Kathleen told us that the sandwiches, etc. are most definitely Irish hospitality. You wouldn't ever let someone go home without offering tea and something to eat.

      Strangford Lough

      A travel blog entry by simoncole on Jun 11, 2011

      1 photo

      ... we should hit Scotland after Ireland.
      After tea we played a game.

      Now, what game immediately springs to mind as suitable for a boat that is rolling around in the wind. Yes......Jenga (that's the one where you build a tower out of wooden blocks and then take in turns to carefully remove said blocks until it falls over. ...and yes it was quite a challenge, but good fun.


      Northwest to Southeast

      A travel blog entry by jszepesi on May 26, 2010

      3 photos

      ... cycling style. Once we found the carpark for the path, we got going only to discover a rather taxing headwind. Secretly I was thinking about my next pint, but Judy seemed little fazed by the elements and as is her usual disposition on a bike, she was in fine fetter. Again, whatever good deeds I’d done along life’s road were surely being cashed in because we were again blessed by blue skies. There ...