Bunratty Meadows Bed and Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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I woke up with a whiskey hang over and was nervous to see the rain outside…. Lots of it. The Cliffs of Moher were definetly the things I had anticipated most and been most eager to see. We were almost blown away trying to pack the bike. I honestly thought it was going to lift me up a few times. It picked up Paul's helmet and blew it about 15 …
... park filled with a city street [restored to period] and a huge farm. We wandered through it enjoying all of the thatch cottages and little shops. It is a bit overrun with ice cream shops, souvenier stores, and other tourist traps, but overall it was really interesting. We stopped at the playground to burn off some energy before walking the farm to exit. All in all, a very fun place to visit with kids. We thoroughly enjoyed our weekend in County Clare. ...
... of the day. Our guide has booked us for an Over Priced Tourist TrapTraditional Irish Dinner, including singing and dancing. Doesn't start until 7:00PM and lasts for 2-1/2 hours. This is probably our punishment for quitting early today. Maybe I'll update on the dinner later. For now, a nap.
And the streak continues. Best sunny day yet. We have been ...
... our 5.00pm check-in. The owner Estelle O’Driscoll showed us to our rooms then invited us to the conservatory for an afternoon tea of homemade Apple Pie and cream – no wonder Estelle’s establishment has received so many accolades on Trip Advisor – she certainly knows how to satisfy the needs of weary travellers.
Estelle was also helpful when recommending a good restaurant for dinner. We made our way to the Taste ...
... played Highland Pipe music on his cell phone to cover the sound. But this did not bother me, I slept like an angel, dead to the world, oblivious to everything. Upon discussing our night with others the next day, we came up with a number of names – death den, rape chamber, basement of under aged procreation – but my favorite and the name that stuck – the Dungeon of Debauchery.
The next morning, I wisely decided to miss ...