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.

    On our last day, the staff at OM (Operation Mobilization) ...

    Shamrocking in the UK

    A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... the bay
    cold (or in the King River that one time). But they yelped and moaned and
    almost went in but didn’t and almost did and didn’t. Humorous doesn’t describe
    it. Now Briony’s only concern was that if she left a part of her soul in the
    waters they would then act as a Horcux. Now what better Horcux than the sea you
    cant kill the sea!

    Our lunch break is in a town called Dingle.
    Want to know what Dingle is famous for? It should ...

    Cong & Connemara Marble Factory

    A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 05, 2013

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    ... Wayne and Maureen O'Hara made a movie here "The Quiet Man". It's a pretty little town more like what I expected to see. Oscar Wilde's parents lived nearby. There's an Abbey in ruins from the 1500's. We're in Connemara where the most Gaelic speakers live. Most schools still teach it. Connemara's dry stone walls are called lace walls as you can see through them. The orange flowers on the roadside are called London Pride - lillies and very pretty but hard ...

    Day 30

    A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 16, 2012

    ... side to a place called O'Briens Tower. A former Lord and MP had built the tower in the 1870s as a viewing platform and basically got the whole Cliffs Of Moher tourist thing going. Took heaps of photos. It is such a raw, wild beautiful sight. The sea is very quiet today, but must be spectacular when there is a big swell running. We walked around to the other side to look back at the Tower and wind just stopped. It was the most amazing thing. Over about 4-5 paces you go from full on gale ...

    Waterville to Blarney

    A travel blog entry by peter-linda on Jun 08, 2012

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    ... Ballinskelligs Bay to Bolus Head. Couldn't see any of this scenery yesterday with the weather.
    It wasn't long before the clouds rolled in again and with it some showers from time to time. It was freezing today. The car registered the temperature as 12degrees however it felt more like 4degrees with the wind chill factor.
    Travelled east along the southern part of The Ring of Kerry and through the Killarney National Park. What scenery! Surrounded ...