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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... I sat in bed eating my scone and was in bliss and absolutely just passed out from all that cycling, and I was so content.

Wednesday I sat in on an interesting case regarding a pre-patellar bursitits, and the knee cap felt soo strange, anyways, I wont go into details since you may be squeemish, but wednesday once I got home I was feeling a bit, I dont know, maybe it hit me that I'll be in Dublin for only a little over a month now, and then before you know it I'll be ...

Final Chapter in Kildare...For Now.

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jul 20, 2014

... INSTANT coffee and milk – man it turned out delicious (as does everything we make). Don't think we did much work this day. Probably lots of ping pong and lounging around. Reading and T.V. We went up to the horses, said hey to Sandy. On this particular day, we decided we’d get our own cigarettes to roll. Aren’t we classy? Later in the evening, we did some researching on our trip in the sitting room. Lynn was kind enough to make me to make me ...

Wedding Weekend & Greene's Saga End

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jun 22, 2014

... which again, was bomb. And Lynn could eat it, so she was more than pleased. We finished in the garden after lunch. Rachel sawed part of a tree off, with a tinyass saw. I was convinced I'd do the second part faster, making a big scene of it, only for Tom to come out and do it with the chainsaw. After our workday, we found Tom, who was kind enough to take us out on his off-road centre. I got the first goaround, which was a damn blast. We went on the emergency training course, ...

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 ...

On The Road

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi on Jul 14, 2011

1 comment, 6 photos

... with some rooms upstairs. We entered and asked how much a room was. 69 euros. Ouch! - a bit more than we want to pay, so we decided to think about it.


Outside the pub, a man who had overheard, offered to call Sharon - the owner of St Kevin's. The place was only 60 euros, but no breakfast. We opted for Germaine's, so we went back in to book the room. We ordered a couple of pints of Guinness and sat down to watch the end of ...

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