Monaghans Harbour Hotel

Address: Limerick Road, Naas, County Kildare, Ireland | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Limerick Road, Naas, is near Johnstown Garden Centre, Palmerstown House Golf Club, and Grand Canal in County Kildare.
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    Travel Blogs from Naas

    Fumbally

    A travel blog entry by jrl3710 on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... I walked 1.5 hour to the poolbeg lighthouse, and I got to explore the natural history museum art gallery and archaeological gallery. I went to the art gallery by accident when I was trying to find the archaeology museum. But it still counts. I can't believe I didn't know this before, but the Dublin archaeology museum is where the bog bodies of Old Croghan Man and Clonycavan Man are kept. It's obvious, or course, but it didn't occur to me that they'd be there. They were ...

    My Third Day in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by wheretonext1988 on May 03, 2014

    ... through there as it was crowded.

    After walking into the centre of Dublin and walking around checking out a few stores here and there, we walked back to the car for the return back to Limerick.

    Once we had dinner, we had a few drinks and chatted in which led to a late night. However, very relaxed and enjoyable.

    And that was the end of my third day.
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    One Short Day in the Emerald City

    A travel blog entry by tesslangan on Jan 31, 2014

    1 comment

    ... curled, unnaturally, like a caricature of a worm emerging from an apple, and the owner of the head said: "Are you alright up there?"

    I had been alright before the intrusion of the unnatural worm head but now I was a little affronted.

    "I was just looking for my keys," I said, "Was my singing really that startling?"

    "Oh, no, very good, very good," he said, backpedaling fast, worm head retreating.

    At the indian food stall at ...

    Dublin Day 3

    A travel blog entry by angeleah.parey on Oct 20, 2013

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    ... of the ring, particularly concerning Richard Joyce, a silversmith from Galway circa 1700, who is said to have invented the Claddagh design as we know it. Legend has it that Joyce was captured and enslaved by Algerian Corsairs around 1675 while on a passage to the West Indies; he was sold into slavery to a Moorish goldsmith who taught him the craft. King William III sent an ambassador to Algeria to demand the release of any and all British subjects who ...

    Day 13 - Cork to Dublin

    A travel blog entry by lisa.mundy.754 on Aug 23, 2013

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    ... The weather, when raining brings a certain charm here, it's not dreary like it could be at home..
    When the sun comes out though, it lights the whole place up in a lot of ways
    Damien our driver is a genius... How he parks and maneuvers the coach is amazing too

    Overall, a great experience, I feel very lucky to have been here :-)

    Huge thank you to TravelTalk magazine, Tourism Ireland, British Airways and Insight ...