Lahinch Hostel

Address: Church Street, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Church Street, Lahinch, is near Lahinch Seaworld and Leisure Centre, Beara Way Walk, Kenny Woollen Mills Shop, and Listowel Plaster Relief.
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      On the road again

      A travel blog entry by famlitz on Aug 22, 2014

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      ... supposed to be that way. According to my travel companion "The Photographer", the lighting was perfect. Eric renamed the walking path I was on the Mo(t)hers path. I preferred walking on the designated path and not the one that the public choose. I admit I am afraid of heights. So the Cliffs were more than just overwhelming for me. So here we are in Lahinch/Lehinch for one night before we head for Killarney and the Ring of Kerry. Good ...

      Ireland (and the golf) continues

      A travel blog entry by parkdel on Mar 22, 2013

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      .After leaving our overnight stop in Kilarney, Steve chose Lahinch golf course as the next one he would like to try. We first saw this links course on our day trip out of Limerick to the Cliffs of Moher and, from that moment on, Steve was smitten with it. So, with that in mind, we decided to 'backtrack' somewhat in order to include it in our itinerary.

      Our drive took us to the small town of Kinsale. This is a beautiful village with its own port. It is also home to the golf ...

      The Burren region and the cliffs of moher

      A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Feb 08, 2013

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      ... The whole area is known as a limestone plateau. It was created when at some point the sea bed came up over the land. But it looks really cool. The bottom areas are all paddocks (with the cute rock wall fences in between) and then the rocks start and go up into mountains. Probably the coolest bit about the area is that none of it is national park, it's all owned by farming families. They can use the land but can't actually take any of the rock because that's protected. It's ...

      Being an account of the craziness of Dublin...

      A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Jun 12, 2012

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... confident bunch, a confidence that is directly proportional to the number of empty glasses in front of them. This confidence has led to their transcending the need for sheet music.  Sheet music is for stuffy English people. Nope, the Irish just sort of close their eyes and read the music on the back of their eyelids. We think. Nobody wants to know what goes on in an Irishman's head. We assume in a pinch they can actually read music, because in one of the pubs we got to ...

      Rain and Heading Home

      A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 31, 2011

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      ... Then we went looking for a place to eat later. We checked out the pubs in Rick Steves guide and found the Cruises had the best menu. We went back to the hotel and packed and blogged until we were ready to eat, which was about 7:00. When we got to the Cruises, Erin ordered Beef and Guinness Irish Stew and I had the Fish and Chips with Coleslaw and Salad. While we were eating the big screen TV had a sports match on. It looked like ...