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

Top of the morning to ye!!

A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Mar 16, 2014

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... and primary school bands through to the members of the circus currently in town.  It was fun/quaint, and when the parade was finished we went to the pub to have a drink. The lads all committed to Guinness while Ciders were the order of the day for the ladies. We had a great few hours at a few different pubs before heading back to the hostel to cook up burgers for dinner and play games into the evening. The next morning we left Galway and headed ...

Republic of Ireland - Dublin

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on Jan 31, 2014

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... which seemed a lot further away than it looked on the map, the rain and icy wind didn't help. Our tour guide was a classic, dry sense of humour and said potatoes in the typical Irish accent about 20 times in one story which had us giggling. The gaol itself was incredible, just looks like it's been abandoned and still has a spine tingling feel to it. It was a reformed gaol meaning single cells, the main wing was astonishing to imagine every cell being occupied. After the ...

Okay, now I'm awake...

A travel blog entry by iamspirited on Nov 09, 2013

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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. ...


A travel blog entry by caeneden on Oct 02, 2013

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... we missed all the views on the drive out. This place was magical. I just cannot describe seeing these ruins and the cemetery though the mist. It was amazing. It is in a glen of 2 lakes and I took a walk down to one of the lakes. Again, amazing through the mist. It absolutely poured with rain while we did our tour. I was sloshing ( you can read 'jumping' there, if you like ) in puddles, fording mini streams, watching raging rivers and ...

Ladies in the window, Guinness & a Hooley

A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 09, 2013

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... in traffic and I took a photo of electricians (I hope they were) adding some electric wires to the front of a building using cable ties to add to the spaghetti of wires already running along the front of the buildings - bare and not encased in pvc piping, open to the elements. I took a photo for John although he probably saw them when he was here. The tour of the Guinness Brewery was really interesting. It's a visitor centre unlike the whisky distillery we saw ...

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