Travel Blogs from Ennis, Ireland

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Lazy, with signs of meatballs. No, rain, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Lazy, with signs of meatballs. No, rain

A travel blog entry by johnnym

After a week covering distance and staying mostly one night in each place, I had done enough sightseeing for a while. Having wandered round Ennis last night and then run round it in the morning I had got to grips with the town - it's very pretty, and the ...

Up the Banner!!, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Up the Banner!!

A travel blog entry by paulandashe

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... , and pining for Australia a bit while we stared at the beaches.   We had a deadline to reach Ennis, and that was 4pm, as the All Ireland Hurling championships were being played and County Clare was in the finals! We figured we may as well join the ...

Ennis to Doolin to Bunratty to Ennis, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Ennis to Doolin to Bunratty to Ennis

A travel blog entry by jjarnold

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... off to see a Viking battle, which did not impress them. I finished my shopping and we headed back to our B&B in Ennis to repack and prepare for departure. We went into Ennis (noting carefully the proper exits for the roundabouts to bring us back ...

Hail to the king and queen baby!!!, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Hail to the king and queen baby!!!

A travel blog entry by gfunk576

... been having fun with that one, I know im probably speling it wrong but its an acronym for some words in gaelic (language of ireland) pretty much meaning good food, good drink, good music, good dance, and good stories or something to that effect. ...

Claremorris to Cong to Moycullen to Ennis , Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Claremorris to Cong to Moycullen to Ennis

A travel blog entry by jjarnold

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... in the United States knew better...but I wanted this to be a surprise. On the grounds of Ashford Castle is Ireland's School of Falconry. After a hike through the absolutely gorgeous grounds, we found the School. Aurelie, a lovely young Frenchwoman, was ...

Ennis to Galway, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Ennis to Galway

A travel blog entry by melchristian10

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... with a range of 8km over the Atlantic Ocean, these cliffs were formed over 320 million years ago. We then travelled through Ireland's Lunar landscape of Burren, we stopped at Poulnabrone a burial tomb were 33 people were discovered, some dating back to ...

Human being first, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Human being first

A travel blog entry by kathybuys

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After just a week, I'm reminded of all the wonderful things about Ennis as well as the things that drove me bonkers before. I returned to a session last night and it was the same as a year ago, although a few different players. I won't be returning to ...

On the way to Clare, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

On the way to Clare

A travel blog entry by maireaderek

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We are going to stay in a Hotel with Helen, Michael, and Claire. We're also going to Bunratty Casle and Folk Castle with them. I got to pet a donkey and two Shetland ponies.We also saw two cute baby lambs. They also had cows and mountain ...

Dingle Peninsula, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by bobbyw2345

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... ma, conigliescamente, seguiamo la strada costiera. Ci sono nubi bruttissime in quota. Facciamo un lungo spostamento in macchina fino ad Ennis, dove ci aspetta un ostello nuovissimo a 5 stelle, l'Abbey Tourist Hostel, e una camera tutta nostra. La ...

Dingle Peninsula, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by goz60

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... off in Adare a town known for its thatch roof cottages, very picturesque. We have an ice cream and back on the bus and heading for Ennis.  Once we arrive at Ennis we have a bit of a rest, sitting on a bus is very tiring!! Then Goz decides to try a ...

Doolin, Ennis, and fun names like that... :), Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Doolin, Ennis, and fun names like that... :)

A travel blog entry by elizabethleland

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... even drove us back up to the tops of the cliffs so we could look around more after riding. The hospitality of the people in Ireland is crazy—Americans could take a thing or two from them. Afterwards, the three of us ducked out of the constant rain ...

Jam packed day of travel fun from Dingle to Ennis, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Jam packed day of travel fun from Dingle to Ennis

A travel blog entry by terry.graue.9

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... who integrated with Irish chieftains.   Gypsys - these people settle in some particular cities. Approximately 11,000 in Ireland Limerick 1691 - City of Broken Treaty   Frank McCourt writer of Angela's Ashes from Limerick County Clare Bunratty ...

Ennis - B&B hard to find. For a reason., Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Ennis - B&B hard to find. For a reason.

A travel blog entry by rokrchik

Time to stop avoiding driving in Ireland and pack the car to head for Ennis stopping at Dunguaire Castle and then the Cliffs of Moher along the way. The weather cooperated, it was blue skies and sunny and the view was amazing. The castle was just a quick ...

Day 16 - Not the fashion capital of Ireland, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Day 16 - Not the fashion capital of Ireland

A travel blog entry by britt.mark

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... number of Irish back roads we found Ennis, the capital of County Clare, a Tidy Town winner but not the fashion capital of Ireland. A fleeced hoody and hunched shoulders is the way they deal with the cold. Fleece is the material of choice. The centre of ...

Day 4 - Killarney to Ennis, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Day 4 - Killarney to Ennis

A travel blog entry by sachi.newson

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... exploration of the limestone pavement and courtesy of Paul, part of it landed up in our car!  We drove the last 20 minutes to Ennis and our stop for the night,  As we pulled in thredead planters  and large bio chi sign welcomed us. Our room ...

Ireland as  I see it, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Ireland as I see it

A travel blog entry by kathybuys

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If you walked into the Plough and Stars or any other Irish pub in San Francisco ans asked someone to tell you about Ireland, you'd get at least 10 different answers. "It's a great place for music" would certainly be one of them but even that would mean ...

City Tour / Dysert O'Dea Castle, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

City Tour / Dysert O'Dea Castle

A travel blog entry by r.rosemann

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... us up and down the city streets stopping to tell us stories of a haunted abbey and a great political leader of Ireland named Daniel O'Connell "The Liberator". He was instrumental in organizing peaceful rallies in pursuit of Catholic emancipation. She ...

Cliffs of Mohr and Doolin, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Cliffs of Mohr and Doolin

A travel blog entry by r.rosemann

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... donkey and had Angelito's sift serve ice cream here. We found out later that Angelito's is the Irish version of Dairy Queen. We loaded back on the bus and went to the Burren, one of Ireland's most interesting landscapes. Vegetation is poor around ...

Connemara National Park, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Connemara National Park

A travel blog entry by r.rosemann

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... time to see). Our next stop was the Connrmara Marble Factory. We we show the various types of marble that are quarried in Ireland. Hand made jewelry is made here (by pretty young looking young men too... Maybe Ireland doesn't have child labor ...

Dingle Penninsula, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Dingle Penninsula

A travel blog entry by r.rosemann

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... the views were breathtaking. This town is surrounded by water and the streets were very hilly; which seems to be the norm in Ireland. We took a tour of the town stopping at their famous ice cream shop - Murphy's. I had a cone with Baileys ice cream and ...

God has no Wellingtons, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

God has no Wellingtons

A travel blog entry by kathybuys

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... fair playing if you're Irish! "I was at the backwash and now I'm going for a fag. I'll call later." So life goes on in Ennis and my friends say "it's as if you never left". I had a great night of tunes at Patrick's after determining that all the tourists ...

Ladies' View, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Ladies' View

A travel blog entry by shannaenealy

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... 7:00 a.m. After another great breakfast we packed up Bessie and drove north out of Kenmare towards Killarney on our way to Ennis. This route took us through the Killarney National Forest and the most spectacular scenery to date. We drove through Moll's ...

Day Six – Puke City, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Day Six – Puke City

A travel blog entry by meckley

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... built there before, but was replaced with this one in the early fifteenth century.  It is the most complete keep in Ireland and has been restored inside with furnishings from the fifteenth and sixteenth century.  It was used by the O'Brien ...

Ballnahinch to Dromoland, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Ballnahinch to Dromoland

A travel blog entry by traveltragic

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Ashford Castle Cliffs of Moher Dromoland Castle ...

Sligo-Knock-Galway-Cliffs of Moher-Ennis, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Sligo-Knock-Galway-Cliffs of Moher-Ennis

A travel blog entry by bobjenhub

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... attended mass while we wandered the streets, what a KNOCK that was, only shops selling religious souvenirs and holy water, Bob did buy his Ireland Hat there, we all made light of the time we had there and had some fun. Then we went to Galway, a popular ...

See my cousins were real : ), Spancilhill, Ireland travel blog

See my cousins were real : )

A travel blog entry by finndkh

... I didnt sleep on the plane ( crying baby) i had a kip in the back seat... When we landed it was rain rain rain by the time we got to Spancilhill the sun was out : ) beautiful weather... A cupa tea and some brown bread and butter welcome to ...

Day 8, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Day 8

A travel blog entry by djjmush

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... the cliffs we made our way to our last stop on the trip, Ennis. What a perfect place for our last evening in Ireland. Ennis is a small town with streets and streets of shops, pubs and restaurants. After checking into the Old Ground Hotel we set off to ...

First  day with rain., Ennis, Ireland travel blog

First day with rain.

A travel blog entry by averileoverseas

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... be a former seabed some 250 million years ago. Too wet to look for any fossils!! Drove out to where the Cliffs of Moher walkway starts but decided to carry on to Ennis in the hope that the weather will be good tomorrow to go out before we continue ...

Not too bad a day, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

Not too bad a day

A travel blog entry by kpaldcroft

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... 02 D 72546 That would be the car was registered in 2002 in Dublin and was the 72546 car to be registered. Pretty clever hey?? We got into Ennis about 4pm and that was our day finished for us, so Pete and i went for a bit of a walk, but we are too far ...

North to Clare County, Ennis, Ireland travel blog

North to Clare County

A travel blog entry by heidif

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... road a bit to our major destination.   Situated on the high Burren limestone plateau, Poulnabrone Dolmen is one of Ireland’s most iconic archaeological monuments and is the second most visited location in the Burren after the Cliffs of Moher. ...

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