Glendalough Hotel

Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland | Hotel
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Two Lakes

A travel blog entry by la_marci


I am sitting in the lobby waiting for a fax to go through. I'm not completely sure I can send a fax to Ireland, from Ireland, through the US, but I have to because this is the only way that I can print our boarding passes for Ryanair. Ryanair is so cheap that you can only check in online and you have to print your boarding passes before you get to …

A Warm Day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by la_marci

This is so not normal. It's actually hot out (if you think that 70 deg F is hot). It was so warm and sunny that David and I had trouble getting to Glendalough because it doesn't look the same as it does when it's grey and rainy.

Anyway, we left Kiltale House at around 10:30 and drove toward Glendalough. We made a long stop at Powerscourt …

6. Glendalough - darkness followed by darkness

A travel blog entry by flyrina


One of Ireland's most important sites, Glendalough was founded by St Kevin in the 6th century. Although he preferred the life of a hermit, retreating to the cave above the Upper Lake known as St Kevin's Bed, his reputation as a holy man grew and he attracted many followers and Glendalough became a pilgrimage site for centuries afterwards. The ruins of Glendalough, meaning the "valley of the two lakes" are spread along 2 miles of a ...

First night in Dublin, and all is well

A travel blog entry by fendall


... This has not been a favorite of the Irish people, especially with the 5 million dollar price tag that is associated with. Through the years, it has developed some very unflattering nicknames, including Stiletto in the Ghetto, the Stiffey on the Liffey, the Pole in the Hole, the Poker near the Croker, or the Spike in the Dike. Turning up one of the side streets, I was able to find a statue of the novelist, James Joyce, and St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral. It ...


A travel blog entry by johnnym


... though Max is pretty big for his age, so I had to shift position from time to time, or be grateful when Eugene found an exciting reason to walk for a bit. The lakes are fabulous, needless to say, and the bridges particularly interesting to Max. And it's just a privilege to slip into another family's routine. Max was even up for a hug goodbye, so my earlier unimpressive appearance had obviously slipped by then. After we left we ...

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This hotel, located in Glendalough, is near Glendalough, Wicklow Mountains National Park, and Ballyknocken Cookery School.
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