Bunratty Meadows Bed and Breakfast

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

      A travel blog entry by tfsnj on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... land, yielding neither water enough to drown a man, nor a tree to hang him, nor soil enough to bury him." Actually it has a very unique ecosystem with its own species of flora and fauna. We crossed through just a small corner of the Burren, on unmarked roads through areas called Kilnaboy, Corrofin, Toormore, and Ruan. We passed near Mullaghmore, an interesting 626-foot hill that looks like swirls of limestone.

      We continued down narrow local roads ...

      Wonderful Ireland

      A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on Jun 06, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Encounters and Farewells

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 14, 2012

      ... at the bar, a couple was so invested in each other’s faces that I was surprised they could breathe. My friends, knowing about how their dad had me yell Irish obscenities out the car window, dared me to approach them and ask in Irish, “Have you no shame?” I sat timidly down at the edge of the booth and the couple was totally unawares of my presence. I looked back at my friends for support, so one showed how easy it is approaching strangers speaking Irish. He asked ...

      There Once Was a Man From Limerick . . .

      A travel blog entry by monnat07 on May 26, 2012

      12 photos

      ... to the castle I noticed a group of girls smoking cigarettes that couldn’t have been older than twelve.

      Most of the attractions we tried to see where closed but it was still interesting to see them from the outside. Limerick may not be on the top of my list when I return to Ireland, but I got to see a different side to the country that not many travelers experience and after talking to the locals I understand how the comical and somewhat crude poetry earned its ...

      Bones and Things

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Dec 14, 2011

      1 comment

      ... man gave us prayer cards, which I had no idea what to do with, so I stashed them in my purse for souvenirs. When the weather blustered a bit more than we could handle, we rushed into a flower shop with nice Christmas decorations and admired the smells. Once, I commented, "Ooh, I like that smell, it smells like toasted cheese!" and Aussie pointed to the back room, where a cheese toasty (grilled cheese sandwich) sat looking delicious. We also took ...