The Glenside Hotel

Address: Dublin Road, Drogheda, Co. Meath, Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Dublin Road, Drogheda, Co. Meath, Drogheda, is near Bru na Boinne, Oldbridge Estate/Battle of the Boyne Visitors Centre, Monasterboice Monastic Site, and County Louth Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Drogheda

    Weezy's fun day

    A travel blog entry by carollhartline on Oct 14, 2014

    5 comments, 10 photos

    ... Wiki says they had the largest set of antlers on any deer. Body size was similar to a moose.

    We had lunch with the Bellews and then came on back to the B&B. I guess they spent about 5 hours with us. Weezy is just over the moon!

    We're still debating on what to do tomorrow on our last full day. We/re leaning toward driving down the coast.
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    Clonmacnoise and a bog

    A travel blog entry by carollhartline on Oct 11, 2014

    4 comments, 17 photos

    ... a picture of one yet, but we'll keep trying.

    We left Clonmacnoise and headed for Clara bog. The Interpretative center was closed today, but we were able to walk the boardwalk around the bog itself. What a fascinating place. I would like to see it in spring when all the heathers are blooming; I bet it's gorgeous! There were a few things still blooming anyway, and the mosses were ...

    Another

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 10, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and ceremonially re-lit by druids. It was also a festival not unlike the modern New Year's Day in that it carried the notion of casting out the old and moving into the new. To our pagan ancestors it marked the end of the pastoral cycle – a time when all the crops would have been gathered and placed in storage for the long winter ahead and when livestock would be brought in from the fields and selected for slaughter or breeding. But it was also, as the last day of the ...

    Our Irish Paddywagon Tour!

    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 21, 2014

    ... at about 11pm found some bench seats and settled in for the night. More likely Sim settled in while I stayed awake and watched the bags cause I couldn't actually sleep. Our flight left in the morning at 6:45 but we hadn't been able to checkin online before hand so we had to be there to check in at 4am. We had a bit of a random flight where we were flying to Rome for a 5 hour stop over before continuing onto Cairo. We had some breakfast at the airport and caught our 6:45am flight to Rome. But the rest is another story ...

    Nomad Life

    A travel blog entry by saranugent on Jun 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... be seen swimming along. I loved actually being able to see such amazing creatures in their natural habitat. Just beneath the water laid enormous rocks that twisted the color of the water into the color of gemstones. Traveling deeper along the coast made completely of rocks intertwined with wildflowers made for beautiful pictures. Though the country is breathtaking with its castles and countless fields of thick greens, it was the coastline that said to me, this is Ireland. ...