Glasson Stone Lodge
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... Dublin. It stands on the border of two counties, Westmeath and Roscommon and links two provinces Leinster and Connaught. The River Shannon divides the town of 20,000. East side, Shopping, restaurants, hotels and theatres are located in the town centre. We're on the west side, The Left Bank, an area of winding streets, narrow, very narrow!, like scratch your car narrow, we ended up sneaking down them the wrong way as one was closed ...
... fun -- almost like a roller coaster in which you shift gears yourself (with your left hand).
I guess it may have been too fun, because I must have kept missing street signs indicating names of places and routes to take. I'll give credit to the Irish that they were there, although I've seen nothing in this country to indicate that logical things to post on roads are actually posted. Anyhoo, I'm glad I did miss the signs that weren't there. Instead, I had a great ...
For the next week, I will continue to work on the farm and to help my host mom for the house works. I’ve also planned to visit Galway the next week-end for the food festival, iiiii !
* Inside joke that's happened with an Irish fellow!
... friend. I have had tiny little triumphs in my book, Marcus wanting to sit next to me, Nathaniel wanting to play the grape game with me, and both of them talking with me and slowly trying new things even if it's just learning about my culture a little more. This has taken a small set back as the both of them are quite sick today so understandably they want nothing to do with me! No offense taken on ...
... Lawrence River) that used to all be populated by monks and hermits, who would build churches. Then, turns out, the vikings like to raid churches cuz they figure they have money and treasure. So the vikings would raid, and finally figured out that it was a nice place to live, so they settled in the area.
Apparently, the local famous viking is one by the name of Scabby Head.
Other places to stay in Athlone
Hodson Bay, Athlone | 4 star hotelfrom $106
- A definite No No
- 1 Star Room 4 Star Price
- Excellent time at the Hodson Bay
Northgate Street, Athlone | 4 star hotelfrom $87
- Beware of their systems and service!
- Great time
- Keep smiling, you are all doing a great job
Gleeson Street, Athlone | 4 star hotelfrom $88
Tuam Road, Athlone | 4 star hotelfrom $114
- Never again
- A lovely hotel but some service glitches
- Horrendous customer service, would not reccomend it
Glasson, Athlone | Hotelfrom $120
Church Street, Athlone | 4 star hotelfrom $77
- Perfect Wedding Reception for a Princess...
- Fantastic hotel
- Fabulous hotel, great service, great price!
Kilmartin Centre (n6), Athlone | 2 star hotelfrom $60
Lakeshore Road, Athlone | Hotelfrom $135
- Stunning location, wonderful staff, great food, amazing atmosphere
- Genuß am See
- Too Snobby and condescending staff
Clonown Road, Athlone | 2 star hotelfrom $66