The Greenbrier Inn

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

      ... language, sights, Australia, Ireland...and Bochum in Germany. Kai (not the Kai in the family I am talking about - Hello! by the way - but the circus Kai!) - I LEARNT HOW TO PRONOUNCE BOCHUM AND PEOPLE UNDERSTAND ME! German people understand me anyway...everyone else thinks I am sneezing.

      I talked to these guys....oh yeah! I forgot...I did handstands on the edge too...which I would show you, but I am waiting for an email from ...

      The Burren

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on May 19, 2013

      28 photos

      ... thousands of birds nesting and the amazing geology of the cliff face. It was strange looking up to the tiny shape of O’Brien’s tower so far above us, surrounded by little tourist ants. Then it was another half hour to get back to Doolin Port and stagger back to the caravan.

      We could very happily have stayed at Doolin and explored the Burren for a lot longer, but time was marching on and Galway City was ...

      Ireland (and the golf) continues

      A travel blog entry by parkdel on Mar 22, 2013

      7 photos

      ... the next day. You guessed it – he finished that afternoon, after the receptionist at the course took pity on the poor, wet Aussie and allowed him to continue. It really is a wonder that he didn’t come down with man flu after being out there but it all ended happily. Steve played one of the most challenging courses he is ever likely to encounter and learned about playing in really tough weather conditions. (eg: One must wear complete wet weather gear when playing in ...

      Rugby, Hurling, Kayaking, Gaelic Football...

      A travel blog entry by kwichman on Sep 23, 2012

      5 photos

      ... different than American football. First of all, its way more brutal than American football and they wear no padding. The stands were also significantly smaller then Lambeau or Camp Randall. It can hold around 9,000 people and has mostly standing bleachers. Also, they never stop when the ball hits the ground, its just go go go! That took a little bit to get used to after watching so much American football. I was nice to be in a sporting venue, I really do ...

      Like four seasons in one day...

      A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on May 22, 2012

      14 photos

      ... to the fort we'd been at earlier, just larger, a semi circle rather than a full circle, and built on higher ground, with a cliff on its back. This cliff was probably as high as the Cliffs of Moher yesterday, just with no path and fence to stop you going over. Like the smaller cliffs yesterday, I dangled my legs off the edge and took my photos. It was here we had our lunch that we'd bought. My lunch consisted of a tin of spaghetti, apple danish and a small thing of Pringles. I ...