Beach House

Address: Beach Road, Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Clifden

Clifden . . . Coming and Going!

A travel blog entry by carolrichardson on Jul 07, 2015

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... It was.

We headed out through Rossioe, through the salmon farms and muscle rafts, with the Twelve Bens on one side and the Maumturk Mountains on the other. And, Gary found his 'Galway Girl' ...

Day 8: Pilgrimage South

A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on May 30, 2014

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... 8:50 we came upon one that said it started at 8-ish. We went in and ordered an apple cider and noticed the only music we heard was from the speakers! There was a table marked reserve and microphone stands and an amp, but no live music. Understanding the Irish a little more, we figured that 8-ish could mean 9-ish. At 9:30 we decided it was time to search out some live music, as these people hadn't arrived. We walked a couple doors down and were treated to two ...

Day 8: The Beauty of Ireland in Full Force

A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 14, 2013

... of the island. In order to get there, we had to walk up a hill – took around 20 minutes. Up until that point I still was in a bit of a bad mood, mainly due to the weather. The walk up was rather tedious because the rain was hurting my face due to the ocean wind. Once I stepped into Dun Aengus though and approached the edge of the cliff, all of that was wiped out. The view from up there was any and every adjective you could think of for a synonym to ‘majestic’. ...

Day 11 - Omagh to Connemara

A travel blog entry by lisawesty on Sep 21, 2012

24 photos

... and a banjo then luckily our next stop was Griffiths Bar where two young guys were playing a lively Violin and a Melodica. They were amazing and later on an older guy joined them, first singing an Irish song and then playing spoons and later he pulled out his BodhrÓn (I was so happy as I love the sound of the BodhrÓn). I then had my arm twisted into singing part of two songs 'Johnny Jump Up’ which people seemed to enjoy and they even laughed at! *Score* and also a sang a little ...

The Aran Islands

A travel blog entry by jkloewen on Aug 14, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... the maze of stone walls. The whole island is covered with medieval stone walls built to section off land for cattle and sheep. It made for a very picturesque walk. One that would have been ************* bike. We stopped by the ocean a little further along to find the "wormhole". A rectangular pool at the bottom of the cliffs that ebbs and flows from the waves. We didn't find it, but I got an amazing view of the waves crashing into ...