Willow Bridge Lodge

Armagh Road, Monaghan, County Monaghan, Ireland | Motel
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Location

This motel is located on Armagh Road, Monaghan.
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Travel Blogs from Monaghan

Driving through Ireland

A travel blog entry by caldwell5 on Jul 10, 2014

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Dublin - Waterford - Tipperary - Dundalk Quite the road trip today. Went down to Waterford. Timed it really well and managed to get on to the tour of the Crystal Factory within 5 mins of arriving. Fascinating going through the factory and watching the craftsmen at work. Took awhile to decide what we would take home as a souvenir! Finally settled on a bottle coaster that would fit into the luggage. Headed to Tipperary as they also made crystal. Couldn't find the factory so came ...

Episode 9

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 26, 2014

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... base of Killybegs. There were a lot of very large trawlers moored in the port. Perhaps it’s not the right season to be out fishing. Then we came to the high cliffs and dramatic coast line of 'Slieve League’. We drove up as far as we could and on a lovely sunny afternoon we walked up along the path climbing to the top of the cliffs and got some great views. My humans enjoyed an ice-cream too as it was so lovely and warm: We have had about 3 days ...

Day 14 Belfast to Kingscourt

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 30, 2014

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... hotel in Kingscourt. Tonight we are staying in a converted castle - The Cabra Castle Hotel. Guess what! There was a wedding about to get under way when we arrived. We were staying in the Courtyard and we scored a two bedroom unit. Huge. The wall heaters were on including a heated towel rail. Very comfortable. I went out for a look around. I went into the Castle from the back entrance and just as well they had signs at every turning as it was like ...

Crating and transporting the bike.

A travel blog entry by aidan1150 on May 25, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... from Belfast or Dublin put paid to that idea. Bucharest then became the starting point and B-O-B have been very good in helping to plan this trip.

On Tuesday 13 May I sent one of the little work trucks into the B-O-B depot in Dublin to collect a shipping crate to bring up to Newry. This saved me from having to ride to Dublin then having to get someone to follow me down to take me ...

Following the Giant's Footsteps

A travel blog entry by 58squared on May 25, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... and our first stop was at Carrick-a-Rede and Larrybane, which translates to a hike around some high cliffs and a rope bridge to a fishing station. The views were amazing in spite of the wet and foggy weather.

Next stop was the Giants Causeway. This is a geological formation of basalt. 60 million years ago a molten lava flow cooled in a way that resulted in ...