Admiral's Rest

Address: Fanore, Ballyvaughan, County Clare, \N, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Fanore, Ballyvaughan, is near Poulnabrone Dolmen, Burren Wild Tours, and Quin Franciscan Friary.
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Travel Blogs from Ballyvaughan

The Burren

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jun 11, 2014

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... cab back to the hotel to rest and I walked back for the chance to see more of the city. I passed Galway Cathedral and Eyre Park before leaving the city towards Salthill. The Salthill Promenade was a particularly nice walk right along Galway Bay and the weather was lovely. Along the way, I stopped at a grocery store and got some bottled water and crackers for Sandy. When the rest of my family got back from the tour, we regrouped. Sandy was tired so ...

Quiet day in Ballyvaughan

A travel blog entry by chrisanddot on Jul 09, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... but who would of thought it would be me and not Dee? early dinner today. I am sticking with the roast beef and mashed potatoes in Ireland. It is awesome. Yummy chocolate dessert and now we are relaxing. We leave for Dublin tomorrow morning. will probably stop in Galway on the way. Hate to leave our lovely b&b. Long drive tomorrow. Wish us luck.When we get to Dublin, we return the car. No more ...

Wonderful Willie Week Wildness

A travel blog entry by melepua on Jul 07, 2012

1 comment

... so he was open to songs during his session. He sang a few, usually while accompanying himself lightly on the accordion. Once he asked the Scotsman, who is a well known Scots Gallic singer, to share a song. First they bantered, Irish teasing Scot, Scot trying to start but erupting in giggles. At last he composed himself and successfully started his song. His singing was so beautiful that shivers surged down my spine. Everyone around listened quietly, not ...

Southern Ireland: Back to My Irish Roots

A travel blog entry by kurtmills on Jun 08, 2012

185 photos

... the gift of the gab back then.

Before ending in Dublin, we stopped at Dunamase Castle, a Norman castle that was seiged and in ruins. It was my favorite Irish castle, because it had great views, as you can see from my pictures. It was a great way to end our bus tour.

Southern Ireland grabbed my heart on a level that only Amsterdam and Prague have. I'll always dream of returning and I'll always dream of retiring there. Next stop, Dublin to see where Guinness is ...

Edge of the ancient world

A travel blog entry by reganpullen on Jul 10, 2011

5 photos

... that 'craic' (pronounced crack) is a term used in Ireland. When someone says, what's the craic they are asking what's going on. Or, the craic could be the gossip.

Today's craic is the joining of the lost Becca who was had delays and couldn't make the first day of the tour. Her and Leah are friends from DC, but Becca now lives in Florida.

On this night we all gathered together for a bite to eat! ...

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