Bunratty Meadows Bed and Breakfast

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

    County Clare

    A travel blog entry by tfsnj on Oct 10, 2014

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    ... of Kerry back in Kenmare. In Kilrush, we saw what appeared to be an open air market, where they were selling farm horses right in Market Squarein the center of the city! We passed through a series of atmospheric seaside towns such as Kilkee, Doonbeg, Quilty, and Milltown Malbay, where the Spanish Armada lost several ships in a storm in 1588. At Lahinch we drove past the impressive hilly links of its famous golf club. The scenery was incredible again all ...

    Wonderful Ireland

    A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on Jun 06, 2014

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    ... main reasons we came. Our cousins we visited are Ann, John, and Kitty. They were all so sweet, I loved them all. I love Ireland so far. First of all, the people here love Americans, unlike the other places we've gone where people think we are crazy. Which we are of course.... but only Irish people seem to like us. Second of all, there is so much food! For breakfast we sat down and I had some juice while the adults had coffee and everything, and we had croissants and ...

    Day 6: Being a Proper Tourist

    A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 12, 2013

    ... s writing a novel – a lovestory – and he wants to be trained in cosmetics. I’m convinced he’s gay but I didn’t dare to ask him as I wasn’t sure if that may be part of the reason he wanted to leave brazil so badly. Fabio was one of these people I really wished I could’ve stayed in touch with. He seemed so very nice and thoughtful… but I had to leave the hostel the next day and didn’t get the chance to ask for some contact info ...

    Encounters and Farewells

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 14, 2012

    ... match. This basically means that if you thought Dublin was a madhouse on any normal day, Saturday night was mad times about a billion. I have never seen so many drunk people roaming the streets (save for during festivals) in the wee hours of the night as I have on Saturday. A table of about ten people fired away with their music in this little back room, but a group of what felt like 98 but was really only about 8 Welsh men definitely made their presence known. They were ...

    Arriving in Shannon, Ireland

    A travel blog entry by tiffanytjohnson on May 13, 2012

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    ... forms to pass through doors that were under lock and key. How is that efficient? Once we got to Shannon, the airport was basically empty and it did not take long to retrieve luggage. There were a few students whose bags were lost, fortunately I was not one of them. We were only in the airport for a few minutes and then got onto the bus to travel to Dingle, Ireland. The bus ride was a 3 hour trip, but was not ...