Moy House

Address: Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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      Sitting on the edge of the world

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Aug 08, 2014

      2 comments, 82 photos

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      But eventually it opened, and by that time, the sky was blue!

      So to the Cliffs of Moher it was!

      I took the bus there, and joined the trail of ants going up the hill to the cliffs. I had no idea what to expect when I got up there, but I didn't expect it to be as breath-taking as it was!

      It was beautiful!

      I walked along one way until I got to a flat part where I fully intended to take photos ...

      Ireland (and the golf) continues

      A travel blog entry by parkdel on Mar 22, 2013

      7 photos

      ... we spent the night in Cork, but this was purely to break the journey. We stayed at a hotel outside of the town so cannot really comment on the place. It was merely a means to an end.

      Next morning we drove to Lahinch. This is a really (I mean really!) small town. It probably only consists of three streets and on this day we were met with atrocious weather – howling gale force winds, sleet and freezing temperatures. The beautiful, old Atlantic Hotel in the ...

      Lazy Sunday in Galway

      A travel blog entry by simonv on Jun 10, 2012

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... American. This may not be a big deal but it is definitely a dynamic I have never experienced.

      Right now I am watching Ireland play Croatia in the Euro 2012 (soccer). This is the first time Ireland has qualified for the Euro Championships. They commentators said that Ireland were severe underdogs and that is turning out to be true. They are currently losing 3-1 to with 57 minutes gone in the ...

      Southern Ireland: Back to My Irish Roots

      A travel blog entry by kurtmills on Jun 08, 2012

      185 photos

      ... don’t seem to retain most of the Gaelic they are required to learn in public schools, even though they learn it up until graduation. It's an effort to preserve the language.

      The next day was by far my favorite. The weather was perfect and the scenery was breathtaking. Our first stop was to Dunguaire Castle that sat overlooking an inlet of the Atlantic. Afterwards, we trekked through the Burren, another mountainous area more south. I loved everything in the ...

      Misty for most of the day, but I didn't care!

      A travel blog entry by zolina on Jul 25, 2011

      37 photos

      ... We were welcomed to the banquet and told a funny story about saying grace. One night the King of the castle was saying grace, and saying that someone more worthy deserved this food. Nearby an Earl struggling to survive was praying for food. Then at the castle, the food magically rose from the table, then flew out the windows and over to the Earl’s.

      Our first course was a small salad with strips of yummy salmon.

      Our ...