Longford Arms Hotel

Address: Main Street, Longford, County Longford, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Main Street, Longford.
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    Travel Blogs from Longford

    Foynes Flying Boat Museum and Middle Ireland

    A travel blog entry by southernsun on Jul 11, 2015

    3 photos

    ... fantastic host here and who lured me here to Ireland because of the Foynes connection, was flying ahead of me to Sligo. Just as I was thinking the horizon was not looking promising and maybe I should return to Coonagh, I heard him make a radio call that he was diverting to Abbeyshrule, smack bang in the middle of Ireland and half way to Sligo. So I made the same call and diverted, and landed about 10 minutes before him, mid ...

    New Farm!

    A travel blog entry by wwooftrip2014 on Oct 17, 2014

    ... into the wheel barrow and it splattered on me and her. Haha we did some luandry that day. In a week we will say goodbye to Ireland and embark on the next half of our adventure to Italy for another month and a half. It is weird how fast time goes by yet in another way it feels like forever! Excited for a change and hoping it might be a bit dryer and maybe a tad warmer in Verona. :) Again don't hesitate to ask any ...

    Blarney and back

    A travel blog entry by queenscoroots on Sep 25, 2014

    11 photos

    ... said "Goodbye all". Very sad. It also featured a life-sized display that showed what the interior of an emigrant ship would have looked like. Many people were crammed into a small, windowless chamber for weeks on end. Filth and disease were rampant, and sadly, so people died before the journey ended that they dubbed these ships "coffin ships". I didn't realize that the town of Cobh was originally called "Cove" (named by the English). Then Queen Victoria renamed it ...

    Heading to the West, new beginnings

    A travel blog entry by ravenbutterfly on Aug 11, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... in hope. Welcome in the energy of fire, light and life. What wonderful time to be in Ireland.

    As we leave this energy of new life from within we find ourselves among the wonderful and ice aged rock people in the Burren found in County Clare. This limestone rock has been exposed over the years and even with the lack of soil this rock is known as the fertile rock, rich with herb & flowers. Sitting among these ...

    Belvedere house

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jul 04, 2013

    3 photos

    ... of the ticket clerk, insisted on paying "seeing as you had no idea we were coming here". The map showed several routes round the grounds but it was pretty obvious we would do the longest one. Immediately outside the visitor centre you spot the folly wall, erected by the owner back in the day supposedly so that his brother, with whom he had fallen out, couldn't look over his grounds and house. It's a bit like the walls you'd get with toy soldiers-meant to show part of ...