The Ryandale

Address: 16-18 The Square, Dungannon, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT71 7SG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16-18 The Square, Dungannon, is near Moygashel Linen Green, Parkanaur Forest Park, Killymaddy Tourist Amenity Centre, and Tyrone Crystal.
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    Travel Blogs from Dungannon

    Father's Day special.

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... word was phoned to police to notify them to clear the area of civilians. The idea was to cripple the English economy, not to maim or kill. She was so interesting - a real school teacher. Told of rebuilding what had been knocked down, then rebuilding what had been knocked down again, and rebuilding what had been knocked down, again and again, during the troubles. 20yrs ago before the Republic of Ireland joined the EU as an agricultural country and gained such financial ...

    Glad to leave Belfast

    A travel blog entry by dmyn on Sep 18, 2013

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    ... grassy mounds around one 85 yard grand tomb. The big one covers 1.5 acres and a lot of the big stones had carvings in them of various circles and squiggly lines. We then drove to Trim castle where the movie Braveheart with Mel Gibson was filmed. It's the biggest Norman castle in Ireland. Then it was on to Dublin about 45 min. away. We drove by Croke stadium for pics and to our hotel Bram Stroker to drop off our luggage because it was time to say good by to our wheels ...

    Trim to Belfast

    A travel blog entry by lyndatutty on Sep 05, 2013

    Trim Castle - started in 1100s by the Normans, much is in ruins but the keep (3 level tower in the centre to house The Lord and family is mostly still standing, some restoration but just enough to allow tours. Good guided tour by Sean. Nice walk around the castle and town before the castle opened. After touring the castle this ...

    Ok so I'm back in Ireland but so what!

    A travel blog entry by travelhungryboy on Jul 04, 2010

    ... should head back there. Upon reaching Hoi An I find out that its actually Da Nang! No worries, it's only 20km up the road. Unless every Viet you ask for directions directs you into what ended up being an obscure forest path into endless irritation! where you run out of fuel! just as it gets dark! Sooooooooooooo, anyway, after calling Felix, then the mechanic, the Felix, etc. etc. etc. ( I lost count) a friendly Viet rides past and ...

    Giants causeway and Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by danasv on Mar 15, 2009

    ... we took the coastal route, through small seaside towns, and winding along the shore. It was beautiful, but it did slow us down quite a bit and we didn't arrive at Giant's Causeway until 4pm. The 7.5 pounds parking fee (which we initially refused to pay) was also the entrance fee. The causeway was interesting. Upclose you can see how the pieces aren't as similar to each other as they appear from a distance. Some of them have concave ...

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