Glendalough Hotel

Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Glendalough

Two Lakes

A travel blog entry by la_marci

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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 …

Lunch in Glendalough

A travel blog entry by salevine

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We left Kilkenny this morning and drove through the mountains to Glendalough for lunch and sight seeing. I asked at the tavern what they could make me vegan and the chef took it upon himself to make a custom vegan dish. Unfortunately his ingredient checking skills were a little lackluster and I had a small reaction to whatever he had put on the green beans. I took some Benadryl and napped on the bus. Below is the meal I barely ...

Dublin Town

A travel blog entry by rozzij

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... Kells came to Dublin in 1653 for security during Cromwell's time and eventually came to Trinity College in 1661. We also see the magnificent library at Trinity College. So many books and still in use today. From there we had a photo opportunity of St Patrick's Cathedral which has a lovely park beside it. Dublin Castle was next and then Phoenix Park which dates back to 1170 and is the largest park in Europe. The Irish call it the Burnt Bird Park. We see ...

Glendalough

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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... and birdies. Plenty of birdies. Max had started the day seeming unimpressed with me, but for some reason I was his preferred vehicle whenever he was bored of walking-normally, very sensibly, when he could see a path disappearing into the distance. I wasn't about to question it, making the most of being flavour of the moment. Nothing cuter than a little person chattering about what they can see whilst riding on shoulders or in your ...

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