Neptune Beach Hotel

Address: Bettystown, County Meath, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bettystown

Justin Miller day 4

A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 09, 2015

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... weaponry and defense systems. we toured the grounds of the castle learning the ins and outs of how it was operated, maintained, defended and protected. the time and effort that it took to build such a amazing site like this is outstanding especially when the castle had no military purpose but was just a head quarters for solving civil disputes between families. today we also climbed to what felt like ...

Motorway to Killaloe

A travel blog entry by 111days on Oct 19, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... Canberra is-not many people do, overseas. When we got to Avis we found we weren’t allowed to pick up the car until midday. So we went to the Irish Museum of Modern Art. We are now in the car (a silver diesel opal), and going 120km/h on the motorway, it’s very exciting. We are driving to County Clare where we will stay in Killaloe. Although the weather is pleasant at the moment, by the time we arrive there will be gale forced winds and very cold.

Our Irish Paddywagon Tour!

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 21, 2014

... around Dublin you would have been a little disappointed. We decided to do the free walking tour that our hostel had advertised. There was two walking tours, one in the morning covering the South side of the city and one in the afternoon covering the North side of the city. We had decided we were going to spend the day doing both! So we met our guide at 10am near the spire or needle which ever one you want to call it and started our first tour. The south side of the city seemed to ...

Castles, Burial Mounds and Cities

A travel blog entry by fougereg on Jun 20, 2014

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... Lucky for us all the main major sights are located within walking distance of our hotel. We had a leisurely one hour walk and saw city hall, the headquarters of the Bank of Ireland, Trinity College, the Temple Bar area (think Ottawa market area and multiple it several times) and O'Connell Street ( the Main Street). We ended the evening in the bar located in our hotel listening to a great singer. Actually with our room window open we could hear his lat set of ...

Bangers and Bogs

A travel blog entry by carajane96 on Apr 14, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... prehistoric years, trees and other plants would fall into the lake making it like a wetland. So in the pictures it looks like a pool of mud, but it is 98% water and sinks very deep into the earth. Also because it has the nutrients from the plants anything that is dropped into the bog will be preserved, even bodies. The Irish use the bogs for fuel by drying out chunks of it and burning it or it can be used as firewood, since it is in short supply in Ireland. We had the ...

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