Balyna Estate, Moyvalley, County Kildare, Province of Leinster, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Balyna Estate, Moyvalley.
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    Travel Blogs from Moyvalley

    New Grange and Knowth

    A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 26, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... rich lands of the Boyne Valley. Knowth and Dowth are similar mounds. Archaeologists classified Newgrange as a passage tomb, however Newgrange is now recognised to be much more than a passage tomb. We went to both Knowth and Newgrange tombs. What amazed us the most about Newgrange is the illumination of its passage and chamber by the winter solstice sun. Above the entrance to the passage at Newgrange there is a opening called a roof-box. This baffling ...

    Rollercoaster Dublin

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... because of the strike. They have a plethora of artifacts all in chronological order from the Neolithic age up to Medieval Ireland. I'm in heaven! Although my feet are starting to tire, and the boys have already lost their steam. They sit on the chairs around the exhibits. We don't spend nearly enough time in the museum, at the back of my mind is the long drive home. Gold was very important to status in Ancient Ireland and the wealth and variety ...

    Day 3. Dublin

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 18, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... Kiwi. We went on a 3 hour city tour. It had started to rain lightly by this time. We had a tour of Dublin Castle for 45 minutes. It no longer looks like a castle, but it was originally built by the Vikings who established the town now called Dublin. The English ruled Ireland from this building for centuries. It is still used for ceremonial occasions today and the Irish Presidents ...

    Guinness and Shamrocks and Leprechauns oh my!

    A travel blog entry by kmscrc on Mar 16, 2014

    ... pint of the black stuff (which is actually dark ruby red, FYI!) but can't say I'm a fan! I much preferred the Guinness brown bread I had with my lunch and the cupcake I took home with me.

    Trevor went out on the group excursion to dinner and a pub while Krys and I rested up for the big day ahead. Poked around the neighbourhood. Got some wine and Thai takeaway and watched some trashy Irish and British tv! ...

    From Hungary to the Emerald Isle

    A travel blog entry by oski on Feb 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... relatively uneventful, except for some Irish teenagers yelling at each other and one couple breaking up with each other very vocally right next to me as I waited in line to board the plane. I don't know if the Irish call them yob's like the British, but they were definitely loud and uncouth. Also, Aer Lingus charges for everything on the flight, including a glass of water. I was grateful to have some cash on me or it would have ...