Clifden Town Hostel

Market Street, Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Market Street, Clifden, is near Dan O'Hara's Homestead Farm, Lough Corrib, Ross Castle, and The Lynch Memorial.
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    Travel Blogs from Clifden

    Connemara Ponies, a Mountain goat named Brigitte..

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Aug 21, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... on what to expect or that it might be difficult. The first part was fine, uphill but easy to manage. Stones and Rocks were placed into the ground as steps as we got to know in Slieve League. In boggy areas woodwn planks covered the ground. It started to get steeper. It started to rain. We pulled on our rain gear and a fearful glance uphill from me was ignored. Beides there was no turning back. We CLIMBED the "stairs" up in pouring rain and ...

    First week over.....

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Aug 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... There I could impress with the little knowledge I had obtained on who William Butler Yeats was ( won the Nobel Prize in 1923). We stopped at the Glencar Waterfalls, before we had to drive almost another 2 hours to our destination. At one point Eric felt sick in the backseat, probably due to the ups and downs an the twist and turns. So we had a stop in the middle of no where. Thankfully I had bought some fast ...

    Day 8: Pilgrimage South

    A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on May 30, 2014

    13 photos

    ... 8:50 we came upon one that said it started at 8-ish. We went in and ordered an apple cider and noticed the only music we heard was from the speakers! There was a table marked reserve and microphone stands and an amp, but no live music. Understanding the Irish a little more, we figured that 8-ish could mean 9-ish. At 9:30 we decided it was time to search out some live music, as these people hadn't arrived. We walked a couple doors down and were treated to two ...

    Day 11 - Omagh to Connemara

    A travel blog entry by lisawesty on Sep 21, 2012

    24 photos

    ... and a banjo then luckily our next stop was Griffiths Bar where two young guys were playing a lively Violin and a Melodica. They were amazing and later on an older guy joined them, first singing an Irish song and then playing spoons and later he pulled out his BodhrÓn (I was so happy as I love the sound of the BodhrÓn). I then had my arm twisted into singing part of two songs 'Johnny Jump Up’ which people seemed to enjoy and they even laughed at! *Score* and also a sang a little ...

    Sneaky sneaky!

    A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Oct 02, 2011

    ... dog! Fast as lightning! Head on my foot wagging his bum! So today I see him hanging around and he sees me jumps all over me belly side up by my feet then he wouldn’t leave me alone following me everywhere! When I went into my room I heard him crying! I called out to him and he came in the hostel! He’s so cute!!!!

    I SHOULD be planning the next bit of my trip but I am procrastinating hard!!! I am for sure coming back in December before ...