The Glenside Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Drogheda
... for our 3pm appointment for the Book of Kells. We had a little panic when Baylor couldn't find her wallet (with all her travel papers in it), so we had to hoof it back to the hotel to find it. Luckily, it was in the car. We decided to take a little rest before heading out again. Our first evening in Dublin started off at Bōbō's Gourmet Irish Burgers in the Temple Bar area. I must ...
... Churches I had ever been in. The art inside was amazing. Also inside was the head and remains of Saint Oliver Plunkett, a man in the 1600s who tried to secretly spread Catholicism, but was caught and killed. Later in the evening, we saw a wonderful show after a tasty dinner. We saw Irish dancers preform older and new styles of dancing. I'm glad I got some good ...
... solstice sun coming into the chamber it was cool. How they lined everything up is amazing. The rock carvings were nifty too. All spirals and abstract geometric designs that no one knows the meaning behind. We've bought several books on these things, so we'll be ready to tell everyone about them when we get home.
We then went to Mellifont Abbey. It was another monastery that ...
Awoke 7.15am to rain, and a small lightening and thunder session. Re packed and sorted bags. Assured Kevin that everything WILL fit. 11am. 11.5* heading up the coast road towards Wicklow. Raining, the first day we could really say it is raining. Ardamine, could kid yourself you were at Awakino, down that strip on the left heading to AK, beach baches just like home. Convolvulus everywhere! Flaxes, cabbage trees. Toi tois. First unsealed potholed roads ...
... Belfast was because it would cause trouble in the Protestant section driving the bright green bus through it, because of how 'Irish' it looked. We were picked up in the main square and headed straight over to the Protestant section. We stopped in Protestant/unionist/pro-Britain section first and walked around one of the blocks that has a lot of murals relating to their views on the problem between the Irish and the British. The taxi driver told us a bit about the history here and ...