The Glencarn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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... br> Anyway, back to the Stoners – ummm, I mean Stone Agers, of the Boyne Valley. So we decided to go to both sites on what turned out to be a very busy day of the year, busy because it was a free admission day. WoooHooo! Newgrange and Knowth are spread quite widely apart over several miles so both require a bus ride from the visitor center and are on guided tour. The large circular construction at Knowth and surrounding smaller ones are considered to be ...
... wary about visiting the eastern parts of the country. He also explained why part of the floor in the blacksmith's shop was laid with timber - it kept the noise down for flighty horses (timber roads were also laid outside hospitals, funeral parlours and churches for the same noise-cancelling reason); 4) the farmer's wife, who was cooking soda bread over a"turf" (peat) fire which filled the farm house with smoke. She told us how piglets, including the ...
Part 1 of an undecided number of parts: So in this blog I am going to talk about an issue that needs to be addressed as a crisis of international importance. We need some sort of legislation banning the sale of selfie sticks at popular tourists sights. I don't know how we could enforce this globally but I am open to suggestions (maybe through NATO or something, I dunno just spitballing) Selfie sticks sold for smart phones (especially at ...
... at the time so the Irish "kings" asked the Normans for help. Which, looking back at history, was equivalent to asking Hitler to protect you from Stalin! But, it was the Norman's turn to stick it to the Irish for a couple of hundred years.
We had one more stop to make before having a late lunch. We were off to Loughcrew which turned out to be a great stop. It is an ...
... 30,000 m* . The Liberty(territory) of Meath had been granted to Hugh de Lacy in 1172 as a reward by HenryII for his support in his Irish campaign. We enjoyed wandering around the grounds that featured large placards to inform us about the various structures, but were sad we had arrived too late for the tour of the interior of the keep and the trek to the top, which is somewhat harrowing but worth it for the views of County ...