Neptune Beach Hotel

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

Sleep. Eat. Drink. Repeat.

A travel blog entry by kyajade

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... and Darren went for a snooze too when he was done. When we both woke up, we got ready and headed out into the cold and rainy streets to find some food. Being Boxing Day (or St. Stephen's Day here) there was still quite a lot of places shut, so we walked around trying to find a place with traditional Irish food for dinner. We walked for a while, and finally found a place that was open, so we went to sit ...

Okay, now I'm awake...

A travel blog entry by iamspirited

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... and the Irish Sea - the rest of the family filed in one by one. I'm not exaggerating to describe it as a well-orchestrated symphony of cooking (Jackie, the conductor), talking, laughing, listening, and drinking wine. The food was awesome! And, the family and friends I met were all very friendly and socially adept. I certainly was the social retard in the group. ...

Alive Alive Oh...Alive Alive Oh!

A travel blog entry by aprih.york

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... but also got the crowd to join in on the performance with clapping and choral repetition. If you are an entertainer at heart you can even have a go at the mic with a rendition of your favorite song with the band as your accompaniment.

The band was later joined by dancers providing an evenly balanced run of music, dance, and intimate moments with the audience. The fine ladies and gentlemen of the stage are ...

Sandymount

A travel blog entry by simoncole

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Luton airport: Thursday 3rd October, 12:45...
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Sitting in departures sipping tea and nibbling a Marks and Spencer chocccino muffin, using my NEXUS 7 with a Bluetooth keyboard....THIS IS GREAT!

The last month has been pretty hectic packing up the house and sorting ...

The luck of the Irish

A travel blog entry by nicoleguyer

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... and the scariness of the bridge once I got on the island I so wasn't interested and didn't want to walk back across the bridge. I took a small walk to the highest point took some pictures and headed back, yes back across the bridge... Eeeeek! This time I decided to film it and watch it later as I really didn't take in the view as I was doing it. I took the long walk back and it was time to get straight back on the bus. Next stop Belfast. We had about 2 hours and I was out like a ...

 

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