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

Day Focking Two (and Three too)

A travel blog entry by focksy on May 07, 2014

6 comments, 6 photos

... we headed for a taxi. It was at this point that Heather and Trevor decided to play Frogger on one of the main streets of Dublin. They threw caution into the wind when they followed a gaggle of rogue Dubs (that's what the call the People of Dublin) across a busy street before the little "guy" on the sign lit up to green. Before I knew it, the Dubs had all scurried off and Heather and Trevor were standing int the middle of the street staring down a ...

Me and 13 men

A travel blog entry by on Nov 14, 2013


... and look at this man who said, in a (heavy Spanish accent) "No noise!"
I said sleepily, "What?" and he said, "never mind." Hahahahah I guess he thought I was a guy in the "all guy" room, and I imagine I was snoring like a guy, (Sherry, KK and Gail know).....he jumped back up onto the top bunk a couple rows over, and I packed my glad rags in the dark, and left the room. What the hell was I thinking??? ...

Okay, now I'm awake...

A travel blog entry by iamspirited on Nov 09, 2013

2 photos

... 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. ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by paulepay on Jul 16, 2013

3 photos

... my new SIM card and one for ninny so she is rigged up with her new phone so she can ring me if she was lost, not sure how i'd loose her, but any suggestions will be gratefully accepted. Tonight we had dinner in the Castle and had the pleasure of being served by a lass that needs to be cloned, she was marvellous and with a broad Irish accent which you could hear her smile before you saw it. She talked Mum through the menu and put her at ease. I wish it was something ...

Dublin Thru a Sleepy Haze

A travel blog entry by kingmilo on Jun 29, 2013

18 photos

... the Vikings had established claim to the place and were a weird pagan bunch.

2) There are no snakes in Ireland due more to the Ice Age and snakes being slow to colonize. Although there are "slow worms" which people mistake for snakes but are really of the lizard family. St. Patrick did not thump his staff and chase the slithering reptiles into the sea. Seriously.

3) He did wear a fluffy collar.


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