Gleeson's Townhouse and Restaurant

Address: Market Square, Roscommon, County Roscommon, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Market Square, Roscommon, is near Roscommon Castle.
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    A Week in Ireland!

    A travel blog entry by gerrittnmaggie on Nov 28, 2014

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    ... chalet, which we realized was the first time we had a place to ourselves since we got married! (not counting our incredible honeymoon suite)

    Our week of teaching was such an excellent end to our lecture phase, taught by our very own Dudley Weiner. It perfectly wrapped up all of the teachings, focusing on what every day with God looks like, and how we can keep ourselves in close relationship with The Father.

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    The Cliffs of Moher

    A travel blog entry by the-kents on Sep 18, 2014

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    Today we didn't have a lot of stops on the list, but one major destination with a lot of driving ... courtesy of yours truly. Today's venue -- The Cliffs of Moher on the western central coast.

    For our travels we left what seemed like the quintessential Irish (or even English) country side manor - Dunraven Arms Hotel and headed north on N21 towards Limerick.

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    Our journey to the Cliffs of Moher & beyond

    A travel blog entry by minaco on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... hiding from the Nazis. Such history contained within those walls. As we walked through the cemetery, we found many headstones which were unreadable due to age and weathering. But, we did find one dating back to 1790. We continued our travels down roads which were becoming increasingly more narrow with each kilometre travelled. I have heard from friends the roads here are nothing compared to some we will experience in other places in Europe in the coming weeks. ...

    Wild and beautiful-

    A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny on Dec 15, 2013

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    ... take apart enough stones to let sheep through, then rebuild the wall- much easier than fences with gates, he said.
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    London to Carrick - Michael coming home for Xmas!!

    A travel blog entry by vanessawalsh on Dec 22, 2012

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    Again not a lot of sleep as watching the Eastenders omnibus combined with jetlag we were up at the crack of dawn to get ready for our flight to Michael’s hometown Carrick-On-Suir.

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