Bartra House Hotel

Address: Pearse Street, Ballina, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pearse Street, Ballina, is near Rosserk Friary, Ballina Dolmen, Ballina Arts Events Centre, and The Humbert Memorial.
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Travel Blogs from Ballina

Wonderful town of Westport!

A travel blog entry by liiseke on Oct 11, 2015

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So we took couple of days and left our home here in lovely Co. Leitrim and went to see Westport. We bought bus tickets from the internet. There it didn't say that we have to change buses. Of course we were super surprised when the bus driver said that we have to change. It was his first time on this route so he wasn't sure where. Well, some lady on the bus said that we have to change in Charlestown (we shouldn't have done that, though...) We got off in Charlestown and ...

Westport and Derry

A travel blog entry by stephen.murray on Oct 11, 2015

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... Conga, which means isthmus in Irish. Personally, I don't think much is gained by dropping the "a". Cong is also known as the site for a 1950's John Wayne movie: The Quite Man. The movie boasts the longest fight scene ever filmed. Two of our traveling companions tried to recreate the scene but gave up after becoming winded in a few seconds! We recuperated with a leisurely drive through the beautiful hills of Connemara to spend a night in Westport where we ...

Free at last .....

A travel blog entry by wstrapps on Oct 01, 2015

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Our fantastic accomplishment of Croagh Patrick brought with it more than a few aches and pains. Our thighs and guads reminded us with every step that age may have its privileges but it also comes with its downsides! We enjoyed a lovely meal last evening and were ready to take off for Dublin after breakfast today. I must comment on our hostess in the B and B. Geraldine gave us a true Irish welcome. We mentioned before the ...

Croagh Patrick

A travel blog entry by wstrapps on Sep 30, 2015

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... and and after much discussion Nanny said we should walk to the bottom of the steep part to see what it looked like. When we got there, Papa said, "We're giving it a try, aren't we?" So we started up. It was a tough climb, on loose rock and VERY steep, with lots of stops, but nowhere to actually rest. Nanny didn't look back. It took about an hour of steady climbing and everytime we looked up it seemed as if nobody could climb at that angle. We finally made it to the top, took ...

Episode 8

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 15, 2014

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... converting the local inhabitants to Christianity. They must have been very tenacious people; there was the struggle to begin and get accepted in an area then once the place was beginning to get established they would be attacked or raided by various fractions: There were warring tribes, then later the Vikings plundering for whatever they could get, then the Normans probably for the same reason then eventually the reformation in the time of King Henry ...

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