Woodford Dolmen Hotel

Address: Kilkenny Road, Carlow, County Carlow, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kilkenny Road, Carlow, is near Carlow Golf Club.
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      Gort to Kilkea, in Reverse

      A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jun 15, 2014

      ... bus stop. Naturally, we sidetracked into Kitty's Kabin, where Lynn had the toughest decision of the trip...which chocolate to buy. My decision was easy - Birthday Cake, and White Chocolate Candy Corn M&M's. Who freaking knew those existed?! We hung around awhile, chatting with a funny sales associate and friendly couple. Once Lynn made her $10 decision, we rushed to the bus. We arrived home just as the Greene's did. We ate delightful lambchops, green beans, salad, ...

      Newgrange to Ballacolla

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jul 02, 2013

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      ... and soaked outside Knowth we headed to the bus and Newgrange, informed that it was a narrow passage "but you'll all get in" and that "everyone is responsible for their own head" in the low passages. It's a slick operation, but no less cool for all that. Once done we were well into the afternoon and I figured we'd head for the midlands. A bit harder to find accommodation, perhaps, but off the most touristy trail. One hostel showed on the map ...

      MY BIRTHDAY! Day 3

      A travel blog entry by taralynne on Apr 30, 2012

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... around. its a beautiful medieval village, narrow streets, tons and tons of pubs, shops and the Kilkenny castle. we went inside and did the tour, it was in one family since James (c.1360-1405), 3rd Earl of Ormond, magnate and Justiciar of Ireland, who acquired Kilkenny Castle until the last earl of Ormond sold it in the 1950's.. He sold it to the Government who opened it up to the public. Pretty cool place! Then we headed to a pub for hot soup and a pint ...

      I Want to be Irish

      A travel blog entry by sparsel on Apr 28, 2011

      ... back, fixed our delicious salad and set off to see the city. Most things were closed by this time but we stopped by the park and took a quick walk through it to enjoy the wonderful weather we had missed while sitting on the bus and train all day long. after it began to get dark we headed back to the hostel to shower and do laundry before doing anything else.  From here we decided to check out a local pub we were ...

      2nd Visit Day Four

      A travel blog entry by jcmatheny on Apr 02, 2010

      34 photos

      ... of chasing snakes out of Ireland. Over the past few years, Ireland has become a much more secular society. There has been an extreme drop in nuns and priests.

      During Good Friday, the country of Ireland closes completely down. There are no pubs, no stores - nothing open. During our trip, the town of Limerick was holding a Hurling match that was scheduled ...