The Glenside Hotel

Dublin Road, Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland | Hotel
Prices starting from $111.00
 

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Travel day

A travel blog entry by jws123 on Oct 02, 2013

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Left at 9:30. I had a rough start to the flight, but finally got to sleep after a few hours. I got to sleep in a special bassinet, which was really cool. Mummy and Daddy didn't get to sleep as much. They tried watching movies (Daddy told me he watched Alpha Papa, Mummy Iron Man III) but once I was up I made sure I played with their TVs. In London, …

A crash course in Irish history

A travel blog entry by cowling

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It seems a long time since Em and I left home and thank goodness we have recovered from that trip. 30 hours in the air is just not pleasant. We were so tired the first afternoon we walked round for an hour and then called it a day and went to sleep at 7.

The main impressions of that journey? The absolutely massive scale of Dubai airport. I've travelled through Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur but they are nothing on ...

Dublin

A travel blog entry by sammishaw

2

... our hotel is. Our room being MASSIVE and luxurious we don’t want to leave. After unpacking some stuff and sorting out stuff we decided we would go to the Guinness storehouse, arriving inside to a massive 5 level building filled with stuff to do we ended up spending over 2 hours there learning how its made to pouring our own Guinness and drinking it. Just before leaving we went to the pub inside and got a ...

Battle of the Boyne

A travel blog entry by terry.graue.9

6

... fort as in Lismore

After the tour at Oldbridge, drove to next stop - Dun Loaghaire.
Arrived at the Royal Marine Hotel
Said good-bye to James and Joe our driver and tour guide.
All arrangements made for transfer to airport tomorrow.
Walked to lunch at the Insomnia Cafe (1-2:30) with Ronna and Don.
Relaxing afternoon sitting in the lovely hotel lounge.

Dinner with Don and Ronna at a local restaurant.
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Day 5 in Dublin

A travel blog entry by hansonerin

5

... was outstanding. Abbey Tavern was our dinner destination. It was out of town with a great view. Somewhat hokey: ie it's for bus tour groups but the entertainment was quite fun. They had Irish dancers and singers and good desserts. Oh, and Dennis liked the Jameson! It was after 10 when we got back to the hotel..it was a long day. We did find out that you can't buy liquor after 10pm and before 11am (ie like a six-pack, not ...

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