The Greenbrier Inn

Ennistymon Road, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lahinch

Kilkee to Spiddle

A travel blog entry by mjtom7

... here the wind was. Amazing. Waked to both ends of the cliffs just beautiful. Yhe headed into doolin fr late lunch decided to keep moving on to Galway. Was raining when we got to Galway so we skirted around it and headed out to spittle on the cast to a cosy pub for dinner and ...

First Day at Work

A travel blog entry by simonv


... my family and friends that don't work in software, this next section may bore you to tears. Read at your own risk!

I spent a good part of last night preparing for my sessions at work today. I took a 10 minute taxi ride to the office and arrived at 9am. (By the way... taxi drivers and wait staff don't take tips here in Ireland. Seems quite strange to me but I guess there is less math I have to do in my head)

I am staying in the city center and the office is out in ...

Day 191 - 7 September - Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by wagaitwanderers


... Ring of Kerry.

More nice views near Waterville, Cathair Donal and Derynane Bay.

We stopped at Sneem for tea, coffee and sandwiches near a bridge over yet another pretty river.

Driving home through Killarney National Park - more and more great views - come on sun!!! But no.

Finally home about 10pm, watched the last of the Sherlock Holmes movie we had started the night before and then crashed.

IRELAND - Cold place it is...

A travel blog entry by figiel

... br> Ryanair does 5 fares (that end up costing more like 30 or something) from the UK to Dublin so recommended as a trip.

Wouldn't have been complete unless we missed the last 10PM train from outer Woopwoop back into Dublin, so an expensive taxi ride was required. Thankfully plenty of Hostels seem to be available in Dublin CBD around midnight.

Onward to the fabled Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by wildbill62


Sadly we had to leave Dingle, but more adventures lie ahead. Over the Connor Pass a narrow windy single lane over a massive mountain pass of 600 ft elevation. Most oncoming cars would stop in the only wide spot to let you by, but not all of them.
We then went on to Tralee and spent 30 to 40 minutes on endless roundabouts looking for a museum and a bathroom. When it finally got to the desperate stage there loomed the Golden Arches. ...

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