The Millhouse

Slane, County Meath, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Slane

A visit into the past...

A travel blog entry by cpelaez


... I was slightly hesitant, but I was very curious to look inside so when it came down to it, I took the plunge!

When I got to the site I couldn't help but feel amazed. Honestly, it probably sounds so cliche, but I was in the presence of thousands of years of history and the magnitude and beauty of the structure made it difficult to not be astounded by the marvelous feats human kind has accomplished since the dawn ...

Touching the Spiral

A travel blog entry by mystic1


... built in that long-ago.

True, you cannot get inside it. This may put you off. Go then to Newgrange and see the most photographed of the artistic mesolithic rocks. You will find ancient Ireland there and you will leave happy.

But if it is that other path you see, if you are looking for the deeper mystery, go to Knowth and see if you don't find it there. Let it move your soul.

Touch the spiral.

Eminem at Slane

A travel blog entry by adonaghey

... I've never seen as many people of that many orientations with as many accents. it was a 2.5 mile walk to the Castle grounds with my Best Friend and about 20,000 other people coming in from the North of Ireland. It was terribly long, extremely tiring & full of people who were a lil tipsy. I highly recommend it, it was such good craic.

As we walked in to the Castle grounds, the security was extremely high, bags were checked 3 times, bodies ...

Day 32 – Dublin. To be Sure - To be Sure

A travel blog entry by darrellt


... down the Abbey Street Mall, crossed the ri ver again & walked up the Grafton Street Mall to St. Stephen's Green, a large green & shady park. Over the road was a new very swish Shopping Centre where we visited Gurman’s Boutique Coffee booth for a much needed coffee & a couple of very tasty cupcakes.

Finally we walked back to the Shuttle Bus pick-up point & arrived just in time as one was just about ...

A Day in Dublin

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... holes in his chest!) Then we moved on to see Trinity College, and learn about its history. We went to the Dublin Gardens, which had a statue of Wolfetone at the entrance. We heard some horror stories about his life (and gruesome death) and learnt why the Irish flag is what it is. Green for the Gaelic Catholics, orange for the British Protestants, and in the middle, white, for peace between the two. The flag was designed by some French ladies, ...

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This hotel, located in Slane, is near Newgrange, Hill of Slane, Knowth, and Bend of the Boyne.
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