Bunratty Meadows Bed and Breakfast

Clonmoney West, Bunratty, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Bunratty

    Wonderful Ireland

    A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on Jun 06, 2014

    4 photos

    ... They said I was like a mountain goat. Or am I a sheep........ I took a picture because John wanted us to look at the rings on how old the tree was, since it was there when my mom's grandma was alive ( Nana ). Well, goodnight! I am going to bed now. Now that we are in Ireland, and they speak English, I just need to say goodbye! Bridget Hi! I will say the exact same thing as Bridget. In fact, I am not going to repeat it. Today I feel very lazy and tired even though it ...

    Irish Hospitality

    A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Jul 02, 2012

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... the train. We bid goodbye with much hugging, kissing, and a few tears and promised each other we'd find a way to get together again soon.

    Rich and I headed out to the Carlton Castletroy Park Hotel, a four-star place close to the University of Limerick where we are scheduled to give a workshop on Tuesday. The room was ready, so we lugged in all our bags (stuffed since we’ve made a few purchases and have a new South African giraffe to ...

    A New Semester, A New Start

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Feb 09, 2012

    ... and salad crops, then throws seasonal varieties on top. Mine is a mixture of fruit and veg. He puts in my fruit staples – bananas, apples, and oranges – which I eat every day, then a few fun veggies. It gets my creative juices flowing! I’ve never eaten a rutabaga before, for instance. I actually had no idea what it was, so I used the glorious world wide web to figure it out, then used the world wide web to find recipes. And ...

    Seasoned and dressed, ready for the grill

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 04, 2011


    ... phone. How hard is that, you little outsourced lady?" I didn't really say the last part, but I sure thought it. Finally she gave me the code. Success.

    Two suitemates and I went out later that evening, after I had about enough of my other assigment, and wandered the campus in the rain. Yes, it's raining. Who would have figured that? We registered for the international club so we can be taken care of like the young incapable children we are and ...

    Ring Of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on May 24, 2010

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... br> An hour or so saw us at Killarney having driven through a lovely back route down the valley, free of buses and tourists, though an occasional tractor mixes things up nicely, and we started on the 'Ring Of Kerry', supposedly the most heavily touristed road in the country. Lovely views, very narrow roads. Paused for a drink at the top, and admired the Gap Of Dunloe. Took the goat ...