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

First Day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 16, 2015

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... as Cheston. The luggage needed to be stood up in the back to fit in and then only 5 of the big bags.

We took the advice of the hire car company and went through the Dublin tunnel to get out of town. Amy tried to hold her breath for the duration (apparently that is something she does) but the tunnel was so long that it took her 4 long breaths (4 kms). By the time we got out the end of the tunnel Jessamy declared that we must be back ...

No car, no worries.

A travel blog entry by penmather on Nov 29, 2014

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... Malseed farm to investigate the remains of my great great great great grandfather, James' house. In true Irish nature, barely a thing had been touched since 1849. Farm yards, houses, backyards, front yards - they are full of JUNK! I feel the notion of "if it ain't broke don't fix it" applies here, only as "if it broke there, leave it there". Hard rubbish is a foreign concept. After multiple round-a-bouts and lots of 'Yeild' signs ...

Dublin - Day 3

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

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... with smaller rock wedged in-between to keep it solid. The large rocks were tilted in a slight angle and the guide explained there were grooves carved into the tops of them so any moisture making into the chamber drained away. There are three large monuments like this in the County Meath. And approximately forty smaller structures, many of which have not been excavated yet. We could see one of the small mounds from Bru na boine. It looked like one of the ...

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 ...

Portrush to Dundalk via Antrim Coast

A travel blog entry by hurricane4815 on Jun 16, 2014

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2.Bushmills (A2, Whitepark Rd) 55.206157,-6.523569 (Garmin,Google Maps)
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4.Ballycastle (Whitepark Rd, Clare Rd) 55.212059,-6.265175 (Garmin,Google Maps) 55.195148,-6.065186 Torr Head - ...