Rathsallagh House

Address: \N, Dunlavin, County Wicklow, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Dunlavin, is near Moone High Cross, Rathsallagh Golf Club, Carlow Castle, and The Irish Pewtermill.
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    Saturday - the first official day of the tour

    A travel blog entry by lscully on May 23, 2015

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    ... 60's - and we know how lucky we are in that respect. Cheers! What John didn't say about the JJ Centre was that they had the original door from 7 Eccles Street, home to Leopold Bloom, there. Even if we make it to the current 7 Eccles Street, the actual door of the actual home of the actual friend of Joyce's whose address was co-opted in tribute to him isn't on Eccles Street but instead on North Great George's Street, and we were ...

    Day 3 - Cliffs of Moher

    A travel blog entry by sdsupharm2015 on Apr 09, 2015

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    ... never do its beauty justice! After our adventures, we partook in a typical Irish lunch, Guinness beef stew and fish and chips for most of us at a local pub. On our way back to Dublin, we stopped at a local chocolatier who hand makes his chocolate from scratch using raw ingredients. Many students purchased chocolate for themselves or to bring home as gifts. So be on the lookout for a taste when we are back! As they say in Irish, fheiceann tú go luath (see you soon!) Alicia ...

    The Sound of Music!

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... and hysterical to me, and to see the cruddy Mystic River again, and the Orange Line, and see my father, after having seen and been with his siblings who all resemble each other so strongly, and to hug my sister, who most likelly will grumble and say 'dont touch me!" ha, and to hug and kiss my mom, and tell them that I'm ok, and that I'm the same person, but that I've changed, only for the better, and everythings going to great.

    Itsso important to keep well ...

    Simon Coleman

    A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 10, 2015

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    ... Gaelic games. The first was hurling. This sport literally combines every sport I have ever played. It would be more enjoyable if I had skills to play it. Next came handball. This sport is very similar to racquetball. I love playing individual sports because I'm used too. Lastly we played Gaelic football. I was super excited to play it because it was so similar to soccer. I was glad that I was able to burn off energy with ...

    Dublin - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... They had some great names for their swords like Leg biter or Viper. The old swords were believed to be best as they had been "blood hardened" by battle and possessed magical powers. Brian Boru was the Irish king credited with pushing the "heathens" out of Ireland at the Battle of Clontarf. I'm not sure how he claims that credit because at the end of the battle he was dead and his enemy, Sitric Silkbeard, still held his fort in Dublin. Add in the fact that the ...