Tonlegee House

Address: Athy, County Kildare, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Athy

"You're so American :-)"

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Apr 19, 2015

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... place, so after dinner I took some time and just went cycling, on and on, up Malahide Road and eventually checked out a kind of park, and there were 2 horses right off the main road tied up grazing in the tiny field, and I was nearby the Dublin airport had I kept going west but by now it was around 8:30, so I just took a quick look at my phone's map and cycled east towards the sea and came out above Howth and cycled down along the sea and got back around 9:30, was cycling for ...

Final Chapter in Kildare...For Now.

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jul 20, 2014

... We had a back that loser made the next black currant cake. I lost, and Lynn thought I was pouting, so she started to pout, so it became some big thing. I did get skunked, and was bummed, but whatever. I was a sourpuss that day. But that is neither here nor there. Karl and the kids left after awhile. In the kitchen, Lynn and I discovered some chocolate cake they had left. Boy oh boy! Slopped some delicious ice cream on that ***** and ate it right up (at ...

Wedding Weekend & Greene's Saga End

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jun 22, 2014

... all day pondering, that's what I came up with, and it fit, and it was never proved to be incorrect. So correct it stands!) After working the day away, we went off to Streedagh beach. Catherine dropped us off to hike along the beach. We hiked up some sandy dunes and grassy hills, where we had a blast hiking and wandering around. Lynn was uber excited to conquer the sandy hills, making superman poses up top her conquered land. Eventually heading back down to the beach, we hightailed ...

A goodbye.

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jul 06, 2013

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... and has a two pronged harbour sweeping out to sea. Once I'd explored there and taken in Ireland's Eye, a short distance out to sea, I turned inland which, in a burst of greediness which has surely led karma to create the sights of, say, Slough, has its own views, with great hills and a tree lined horizon, with cyclists coming in both directions to take on whatever challenges the peninsula offers. Spotting a ruin up on the hill I climbed, towards 'historic Howth', where a lane of ...

Hurray Hurray, The First of May..........Day 4

A travel blog entry by taralynne on May 01, 2012

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... more I read about him.. I don't like him.. at least from the Irish perspective.. lol.. then onto the Reginalds tower.. NOW this is the oldest city in Ireland and this tower is the OLD building in the whole country. its been in continuous use for about 1000 years.. Vikings built it... today we climbed all 4 floors and watched a good film on it. there is still a canon ball in the wall outside from Cromwells ships.. ya.. still don't like him..... ...

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