Scholars Townhouse Hotel

Address: King Street, Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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      A Bellew kinda day!

      A travel blog entry by carollhartline on Oct 13, 2014

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... around looking for the thing when a lady came up and asked us who we were, etc. (Actually I was reassured by this). She directed one of the students to let us into the castle proper. I stood outside waiting for PD and Weezy to come right back out. One of the Sisters saw me and asked me if anyone was guiding us around. I told her no. She went inside and volunteered to give us a guided tour! This lovely lady's name was ...

      Dublin, Ireland

      A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Aug 14, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... New Testament. Then visited the Old Trinity College Library which was built between 1712 and 1723. The Long Room is the main room, is 65m long and has about 200 000 of the library's oldest books. There was also a display about Brian Boru in there who was an early Irish King, killed in the battle of Clontarf in 1014. The Long room is all timber with a very high ceiling and just beautiful. There are two lovely little spiral staircases at each end and the old ladders ...

      Liverpool-North Wales-Dublin, Ireland

      A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Aug 12, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... a mild cloudy but fine day. Drove under the 5 mile Mersey Tunnel built in the war rather than bridge to prevent bombing. A short 30 min trip to Wales where signposts are in English and Welsh, which have a large number of consonants rather than vowels and difficult to pronounce, a very gutteral language. 20% of population in the NW speak Welsh. About 800000 sq miles, and mainly sheep farmers of mainly Celtic background. Henry VII was Welsh, and in 1536 ...

      A B&B Day (Burials and Battles)

      A travel blog entry by richandgretchen on Jul 06, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      We have a great hostess at our new B&B. The first night we were invited to her patio for drinks and conversation with her family. Today we had a another great breakfast in a relaxed atmosphere.

      Today was a day to learn more about the history of Ireland. First we headed out to Bru na Boinne, one of of the world's most important archeological landscapes, where ...

      To be sure! To be sure!

      A travel blog entry by cathterry on Nov 23, 2013

      18 photos

      ... everywhere, it's lovely. Back to hotel, showered and downstairs, Paul's mate Doc (Donal Dockery) is picking us up and taking us on a tiki tour Irish style. Doc and Paul met in Palmy North back in 1993, he Irish and lived in PNorth for 8 years, married a kiwi girl (Paul's Bryant Steet flat housed the reception), then divorced her. It's been about 12 years since Paul last caught up. He wanders down the street and he hasn't changed a bit. He takes us to his place in Naas, ...