Mornington House

Multyfarnham, Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland | Hotel
 

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Start- Tullamore, Ireland

A travel blog entry by chodges6181

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I am a fourteen year old girl from Tullamore, Ireland. Today, I am starting my journey, heading west to America with my older brother Liam. My parents went to America about three months ago to prepare a good life for me and my brother to move into. They have earned enough money to be able to pay for a home, necessities like food and clothes, and for me and my ...

The night before the night before the eve of!

A travel blog entry by denisek321

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So, I'm trying to accomplish 2 things tonight. 1) trying to learn how to use my TravelPod app and 2) Trying to zip my luggage! I'm thinking the blogging is going to be much easier than the zipping! It really is a good thing that my husband insisted that I do all the pre-packing events! Reallyyyyyyyyy....Will somebody actually tell me how they ever go anywhere with just a ...

In search of faeries, leprechauns and giants..

A travel blog entry by pkneville

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... 12th century. Again, amazing how much money can be found for religion! After this, we then ventured forth in the icy conditions these hardy Northerners call summer, to Hadrian's Wall. Winter is coming John Snow... For those not in the know, Hadrian's Wall is the inspiration for The Wall in Game of Thrones. Although we would have dearly loved to go further north into Scotland, time and tide waits for no man and if we want to see the rest of Europe we had to move on. So ...

Tombs & Towers

A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g

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... on to the ancient Neolithic tomb tunnels at Newgrange - Bru an Boinne - built 3,500BC - took between 10 and 60 years to build. A tour guide allows you to enter 19 metres into the hill to a central chamber constructed from layers of huge stones balanced and angled with smaller stones between each layer with a massive cap stone at the top. Quite an unbelievable engineering and construction effort pre-dating the pyramids and ...

Belvedere House and Gardens

A travel blog entry by dannjess

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... daughter Jane was born to Mary Rochfort and the haughty Lord Belvedere was disappointed. His absence from home increased, and the young wife found herself isolated by his coldness and neglect. In due course a son was born and Lord Belvedere celebrated the birth of the Heir in magnificent fashion.



This renewed affection for his wife was short-lived and soon the Earl was back in his old haunts of Dublin and London. Rural or ...

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