St. Mildred's

Church Street, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lahinch

Ireland (and the golf) continues

A travel blog entry by parkdel

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... as ‘Old Head’ which is just out of town. Sadly, that particular course was closed until mid April, but we did drive to its entrance and it would have been a great experience to actually play there. It is situated, quite literary, on the top of cliffs. (In fact, nine of the eighteen holes are along the clifftops, overlooking the sea.) We assumed that this may be the reason the course actually closes down during the winter months – the winds must be horrendous!

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Lazy Sunday in Galway

A travel blog entry by simonv

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... two days I have been here. Sunny and highs in the low 60's. Remarkably it seemed more like 80. I am not sure I understand it but when it is not raining, they do have beautiful summers here.

I browsed through several shops and began to realize that this really is a smaller town (about 90,000 residents). All standard goods like shoes, clothes, CDs & DVDs were more expensive and they selection ...

Day 186 - 2 September - Rainy day - how unusual

A travel blog entry by wagaitwanderers

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... yummy.

Let the chooks and the dog out, did the morning chores, a load of washing, went and did the horse count (still 10 and 1 donkey). Still in the paddock furthest from the house - tried to herd them through the gate but nope. The sight of me trying to herd 10 horses is quite funny.

Managed to pat the donkey and 2 of the horses, the others are still a bit shy.

Leon got up and decided the couch ...

Signing Off

A travel blog entry by brigetblock

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... lighthouse, Seven Churches and Dia Ang... (SP), a stone fort dating
back to 2000 B.C. The island was practically deserted allowing us to
see everything and wander everywhere. We even jumped the fences
around one of the many forts as we were given permission to do so by
the guy who rented us the bikes. It was a great day and a perfect
way to leave Ireland.

The next morning, at 4am, I left Galway
which was a bit ...

Onward to the fabled Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by wildbill62

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... br> On to the Cliffs of Moher. They are breathtaking in size and grandeur. Lots of rude tourists pushing their way here and there. I am going to say they were all from France because I heard the French were rude, but I have no idea where they were from.
We got to our B and B and the owner said I don't have a reservation for you tonight. After showing herour email, she remebered us and gave us a lovely en suite room. She assured us in ...

Location

This B&B, located on Church Street, Lahinch, is near Lahinch Seaworld and Leisure Centre, Kenny Woollen Mills Shop, Beara Way Walk, and Listowel Plaster Relief.
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