Hillside Bed and Breakfast Shannon

Address: 16 Tullyglass Crescent, Shannon, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on 16 Tullyglass Crescent, Shannon, is near Dun Aengus - The Fort of Aonghasa, Clare Heritage Centre, Ballycasey Craft and Design Centre, and Tourist Information.
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Shannon, Ireland

A travel blog entry by southernsun on Jul 07, 2015

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... and Welsh country side over Bristol then Cardiff, before crossing the Irish Sea, and into Ireland.

Amazing how different the farms look straight away - much smaller fields, and it seems tree wind breaks on every fence line.

Was pretty wet coming in to Shannon, but was able to drop down and ...

The Luck of the Irish

A travel blog entry by kasey.combs on May 14, 2015

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... of Moher.

We woke up bright and early ready for our next adventure. We grabbed some coffee and breakfast in the dining room. Mom was reluctant to try the black and white pudding but Dad gave it a shot. He felt the same way Matt did about it. After breakfast we headed to a small fishing town. The beach was incredible. I was really surprised to see people swimming and surfing because it was extremely windy and a bit chilly outside. It felt good to ...

Day Seven

A travel blog entry by notjpsssn on Sep 19, 2014

... perk, and is pretty sweet. Comfy, comtemporary, and almost empty, with delicious free rose that is some of the best wine we've had.

Good thing we partook of the rose, because later, we are laughing on our 3 hour flight to Ireland, because we have never seen a drink cart take this long to get down the aisle. We are in row 16, and it hasn't gotten here after an hour fourty five. They've been stuck at about aisle 10 for about a half hour...these passengers must ...

First Day in the Motherland

A travel blog entry by lauren93m on Jul 07, 2014

When we arrived at the airport at 9 am the Irish family (whose house we were staying at) were there to meet us at the airport. The grandmother, Geraldine gave everyone a huge hug. After a little bit of chatter they drove us to their house in the village New Market on Fergus. They gave us a brief tour of their house and then let us be. It was weird because it felt like 3 am to us yet we had ...

Day 10: The Final Stretch

A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on Jun 01, 2014

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... on the shoulder-less roads). Many cyclists were also taking their lives I their own hands on these narrow, curvy roads. The radio said that the bank holiday was the most dangerous time to be on the roads and that anyone caught using their cell phones while driving would be "harshly dealt with!" Northern Ireland and the northwest of the Republic of Ireland are much less "touristy" and the roads aren't as crowded. We saw more tour buses in the roughly 2 hours to the Cliffs of Moher than ...