The Glenside Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Glenside Hotel Drogheda
Travel Blogs from Drogheda
... no space to put anything down or even to sit. I am not super happy with this and we are here for three nights. The room is not heated and one window does not close so it kind of feels like we are camping outside. It is better that it is cold though because the warm might make it smell worse.
We have two days to explore so we were not in the huge rush to get out today. We did eventually end up going to the store to get food for dinner and to wander past pubs to ...
... off the plane and proceed to exit the terminal. In typical Irish fashion with approx 300 people on our flight and 3 other flights arriving at the same time they only have 4 people serving at the EU queues and 3 on the none EU queues. We can't figure that out as it's not as if the planes just decide too land, they do know we are coming. In the end they took a great Irish approach and just started stamping passports. Now we ...
... on the road by 8:00 a.m. Ice is a luxury, and I suffered from withdrawal of Diet Coke until about 11:00 a.m. this morning.....now I'm hoarding them very time I find one.
Our first stop today was the Irish National Stud at Kildare. This is the only state-owned horse stud farm in Ireland. They tried to get me to sign up, but I told them I had already done my "thing." The grounds were beautiful, and it also boasts ...
... 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.
... it but instead found a very cute thatched cottage and a pony trap sculpture. I must admit I am surprised at how few thatched cottages we have seen, I thought they would be far more prevelant, especially in the country areas.
The night before when we had dined at the hotel across the bridge from the city of Wexford, I pictured some good shots of the city so we backtracked to try and get them. Unfortunately by now the rain had ...