The Glenside Hotel

Dublin Road, Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland | Hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Glenside Hotel Drogheda

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    Travel Blogs from Drogheda

    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, …

    THE MOTHERLAND...literally

    A travel blog entry by maureenkuhl on Nov 05, 2013

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    ... station, we had a wonderful week seeing sights and being a part of the amazing theatre going experience that is Punchdrunk's A Drowned Man. We ate a lot of really good food and I introduced M.e. to the best cider there ever was. After work on Friday, we journeyed to Gatwick airport where we met Miranda and M.e. shepherded us through our first Ryanair experience-- which is literally the Megabus of the air. We landed safely in a rainy Dublin and were met by the Paddywagon (a ...

    Beautiful Dublin and the Book of Kells

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 06, 2013

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    ... is a beautiful university campus but it would be strange going to school in a place that is such a highly visited tourist attraction. We made our way into the old library and only had to pay half price as we only had twenty minutes to look around before closing. It was actually more than enough time. We went inside and the Book of Kells is on display, but it's behind glass and really there's only so much excitement about a book you can have when you can only see ...

    The luck of the Irish

    A travel blog entry by nicoleguyer on Aug 26, 2013

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    ... have corroded but have been left untouched. It was an amazing sight. The next stop was the fort of dun angleous which stands on inis mohrs tallest point on the cliff top. It was a bit of a treck up to the fort but it was beautiful once you get up there. Again entirely built of stones it was amazing, there is no material holding the stones together they just stay and have stayed for hundreds of years. Inis mohr was a beautiful place to visit and we were very lucky with the weather ...

    Battle of the Boyne

    A travel blog entry by terry.graue.9 on Jul 24, 2013

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    ... 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.