Admiral's Rest

Fanore, Ballyvaughan, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Ballyvaughan

The Burren

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu

Thursday,
we were doing a tour with Galway Tour Company to the Burren and Cliffs
of Moher. I had contacted the tour operator and they picked us up at
our hotel, rather than having to get back to downtown Galway. We
switched buses at the coach station and headed south around the bay to
begin our tour. We made a quick photo stop at Dunguaire Castle and then
a slightly longer stop at Corcomroe Abbey as we passed into County ...

Low lie the Fields of Athenry

A travel blog entry by pegsaroni

14

... were used for filming both in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince and in The Princess Bride. These cliffs are remarkable, sudden drops of up to 210m into the Atlantic Ocean, a small castle lookout and an information centre thats built into the hill, kind of like a hobbits house. The cliffs themselves are made, mostly, out of limestone and are a part of the Burren. The stone pathways however were made of rock from not too far off. The rock was a flagstone with ...

Stylin' stiles in the Brrrrren

A travel blog entry by tammnel

15

... car. That was a pretty cool 5km trail! We returned back to the route that travels North through the Burren; R480. I tried to follow a sign for the [find name] Cairn … but succeeded only in taking us uphill on a very steep very narrow road that we clearly were not supposed to be on, with nowhere along the way to turn around. At the top I turned around in what appeared to be a sheep herding staging area and headed back down the road, which was even steeper than ...

I'm off!

A travel blog entry by zolina

2

... of Lake Erie in Ohio! I actually saw all the islands, including Put-In-Bay. Weird seeing places I'd been. Also caught a few quick glimpses of Manhattan as we were landing.

So the flight was 5 hours long and there was no food! Not even a snack. Luckily, I came prepared. There was also no free movie. They had in seat entertainment systems, but you had to pay. Hard to believe for a cross-country flight.

When I got to Newark and ...

The Second Generation in Bushfield!

A travel blog entry by caitk

4
13

... try to manage my time. Plus, hopefully I will be able to come home a bit earlier. December 20th is a little far, going to try for November 30th or December 1st. I LOVE Ireland, but I have to say nothing beats being home with my family. Hopefully the trip to Aran Islands and Bushfield will make me get my psychology paper done by Thursday…that would be the first time I have finished a paper four days before it was due since…well, ever.

I walked down to ...

Location

This hotel, located on Fanore, Ballyvaughan, is near Poulnabrone Dolmen, Burren Wild Tours, and Quin Franciscan Friary.
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