Auburn House B&B

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Lahinch

A travel blog entry by rsbrowning

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Cycled 35 miles from Tarbert to Lahinch. Left Tarbert with no breakfast, the restaurants weren't open, cycled the short distance to the ferry and just barely made it before they left. It runs every 30 minutes, but getting on boated meant not having to wait. Cycled about 6 miles into ...

It is Done and I am Ready!

A travel blog entry by simonv

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... to chase the day but am not fast enough. Coming home I will actually leave and arrive on the same day. The trouble is that the trip duration will actually be 26 hours.

Starting next week I will start my new work schedule starting at 6am. This will allow me some overlap time with India and 6 hours a day of overlap with Ireland. It will take me some time to get used to but I think it will work out great. In addition, I will miss mornings at home but will be able OT pick the ...

Day 12... Segways and a Tattoo

A travel blog entry by taralynne

25

... at a tourist info booth and asked about a map and asked about a segway tour!! earlier I had looked up things to do and saw that they had them here, The lady called for us and YAY a tour was starting at noon!! as we had to change rooms we ended up getting there at 1215 but Jay our guide said NO prob, Burl has been on one before so he was a pro..I had to be shown and wow what a mind game.. your brain wants to tell you that you will fall foreword but once ...

Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by rachel.mazzola

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... because the wind picked up so much it was all I could do to brace myself, I couldn't moved in any direction!

At this point our face and hands were completely numb, so we went inside to warm up. When we came out we went up the other side of the cliff to get some more pictures before heading back to the bus to warm up again. After leaving the Cliffs we drove along the coast for some time before coming to a stop at The Burren. ...

There is no 'H' in Ireland

A travel blog entry by greg_and_claire

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... a single block in a small town. Kilkenny, which we understand has a population of some 8,000 must have had at least 12 pubs just in the town centre! They are so cozy and warm, the lighting is dim, the staff are always very friendly and there is traditional Irish music played live some nights. The food is very ‘comforting’ and the whole experience seems as though it would be twice as enjoyable in the middle of winter when the fires would be going and it would ...

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This B&B, located on School Road, Lahinch, is near Lahinch Seaworld and Leisure Centre, Kenny Woollen Mills Shop, Beara Way Walk, and The Burren Centre.
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