The Millhouse

Address: Slane, County Meath, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Slane, is near Bend of the Boyne, Knowth, Newgrange, and Hill of Slane.
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      Rollercoaster Dublin

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 06, 2014

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      ... on display, (for all you Steelers fans-Andy). We linger over lunch and then amble over to Powerscourt Centre, a former Georgian mansion turned shopping center. Genny wants to see this hat shop. David finds a nice grey wool hat; wearing it he looks like an older Irish gentleman. It's now past 2pm, and we walk back over to the Archaeology museum.

      It's amazing! We're so glad we were able to see it, especially since the National Museum of Scotland ...

      Ireland, day three

      A travel blog entry by golfchick0112 on Apr 22, 2014

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      ... got to see the Long Hall library. It's a huge, gorgeous library with so many books in cases all the way to the ceiling. And you could tell most of them were outrageously old. They were roped off, so we couldn't get a close look at any titles, which was a bummer. But we got some neat pics (they were allowed here without flash.). Also inside the library is Ireland's Brian Boru harp. It's basically the oldest surviving harp in the world, from somewhere around the year 1000. ...

      Raindrops Keep Soaking Through my Backpack

      A travel blog entry by tesslangan on Jan 12, 2014

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      Wandering around Dublin-- in between thoughts like "Do eskimos have more words for snow than the Irish have for types of rain?", between keeping track of all the large woolen pom-pom hats that bounce by like the thumping tails of rabbits (I want one) , between dancing circles around an accordion player on Jervis Street, and trying not to shish kabob strangers with the sharp edge of my umbrella-- I have gotten used to the idea of being in Dublin. ...

      A visit into the past...

      A travel blog entry by cpelaez on Nov 02, 2013

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      Today I went on a day trip with the International Office to Bru na Boinne in County Meath. Bru na Boinne is a World Heritage Site as designated by UNESCO and it is the largest Megalithic site in all of Europe, one of the others being Stonehenge. The site dates back to Neolithic times, and it is actually dated to 3200 BC, which I find incredible. The site is actually 500 years older than the Egyptian pyramids, and 1000 ...


      A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2013 on Sep 14, 2013

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      ... peninsula' that form the SW coast of Ireland. The Beara, which we found the most spectacular, the Iveragh which contains the Ring of Kerry drive and the Dingle, the most northerly one. ...