Willow Bridge Lodge

Address: Armagh Road, Monaghan, County Monaghan, Ireland | Motel
 
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This motel is located on Armagh Road, Monaghan.
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Travel Blogs from Monaghan

Dublin - Day 3

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 04, 2014

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... our guide explained is the expert way of saying we have no idea what they mean. We could walk into the tomb through this very narrow passageway. At the entrance of the tomb, above the door was a little window called the roof box. When we got to the centre chamber the guide explained the floor we were now standing on is at the same level as the roof box, which was interesting considering I hadn't noticed the ground going up. Probably because I was to busy ...

A Rock in the Road

A travel blog entry by shockergram on Sep 17, 2014

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... pretty. Suddenly a loud noise from the vicinity of the right rear tire! Hummm, think we need to stop and check it out. Found a place to pull out or the narrow road, yep - flat tire! O.K., we are out in the middle of nowhere. There are buildings across the way a bit.

The guys emptied the trunk to get to the spare, suitcases, backpacks, etc. all piled in a roadway Whoa, where is the tire? No tire, I guess we are old ...

CARROWKEEL CAIRNS, TOMBS, INCREDIBLE!

A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 15, 2014

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... We spent a good 1.30hr there, only an American couple and a knowledgable irish man with us. Saw a sign on the side of the road FOR SALE, Pigs and Bonhams. We didn't know what Bonhams were - Kev thought I said bantams! I have googled - a bonham is a weaned pig. Boyle, we drove thru, kept trying to get back out by going up one way streets, seriously the Irish are soooo polite, they would not know the meaning of road rage like we in NZ do. AND we have to fess up ...

CASTLE DAY, COOLE AND CROM

A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 14, 2014

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... up to the castle for a rare and exclusive tour of The West Wing by Viscount Crichton. Guests will be able to see the private grounds, and some rooms that were used in BBC Blandings before boarding the boat back." We were fortunate enough to score the last two tickets, I phoned a couple of days before. On the 1hr cruise down we passed several islands, including Hare Krishna Island! "Inis Rath, also nicknamed (and signposted as) Hare Krishna Island, is a small island in Lough Erne. ...

Episode 9

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 26, 2014

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... by a curtain wall.

Glenveagh is much more modern not having been built until 1875 it’s a castle in name only. Built for some fellow who made his money in America then came back to Ireland, bought up about 1600 hectares of land, evicted all the tenant farmers who lived here, about 60 families, then had the castle built. Many of those families emigrated to Australia.

It is quite a setting really as seen now with the mature gardens ...