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

    Hurling at Croke Park

    A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... in a pub or bar is a little unsettling to us, but it is very normal in Ireland. Cory left at one point to visit the men's room and came back looking a little stunned and laughing to himself. He told me he walked into the men's room to see five little white bare bottoms lined up at the urinal trough with their pants around their ankles, peeing. It gave him such a shock he nearly turned around and walked straight out the door. That's not something you see ...

    A Day in Dublin and a Concert in Dalkey

    A travel blog entry by craigmorris on Jun 13, 2014

    62 photos

    ... sausages, cereal, yogurt etc… So yummy.

    Off we went this morning for a full day of activities. We started off with a quick bus tour around Dublin. We got to see beautiful Georgian homes. The Irish love their doors. I love how each door is painted a different color. There was a unique “double door” that was beautiful. We also saw the festivities for Blooms Day starting - it appeals mainly to James Joyce fanatics, but it looks ...

    Day 1: The Journey and the Arrival

    A travel blog entry by sdsupharm14 on Apr 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... just a short layover in Paris before departing to Dublin on a flight that was much more cramped than the previous. Arriving in Ireland, we managed to make our way through customs without a single casualty, and caught a double-decker bus to our hotel. As 30 of us pilled off the bus, I am sure that it was quite a scene to watch a parade of wheeled suitcases making its way down the cobble-stone streets of Dublin. Cramming into the hotel lobby, room keys were distributed and ...

    Farewell UK, Hello Ireland!

    A travel blog entry by astudentabroad on Nov 09, 2013

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    ... of the gorgeous Irish accent asking for information on what bus to catch to our hostel. He said, and I quote, "you want stand three in bay three just over there" (said in an Irish accent this is great!. The whole trip was pretty much the three of us very VERY excited girls wandering around Dublin in awe of every Irish accent we heard! We had preplanned our day in Dublin so far as to book the hop-on hop-off bus tour of the city which is perfect for trying ...

    The Indecisive City

    A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Sep 15, 2013

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    ... system realized these intentions, the one square meal a day was reduced to a small piece of bread, not near enough to keep an adult alive. The prison that was built to house just under 200 prisoners found itself crammed over capacity with 9,000 men, women and children during the famine. Women and children were held in the same rooms as men. Not just men, but murders, rapists and other criminals. Hangings were common and were performed publicly. It was a dark time in Irish ...