Bartra House Hotel

Pearse Street, Ballina, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Pearse Street, Ballina, is near Rosserk Friary, Ballina Arts Events Centre, Ballina Dolmen, and Tir Saile.
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Travel Blogs from Ballina

Thumbin' to Westport

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jul 28, 2014

... going to make a collage some day, per our clever suggestion.
At some point, Jenny arrived home. Nearly the first thing she asks is, "Have you guys cleaned up the apartment?.." Well, obviously not, because you never once mentioned that in our WorkAway contract that we didn't have. So that rained on our parade a little. But mainly on Lynn's. She was a grouch bucket and sulked in the corner while ...

Episode 8

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 15, 2014

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... to L, to face the setting sun of the midsummer solstice. As it was morning when we were there we just had to accept her version. It is believed that the tombs were used for many centuries then sealed up and rocks piled on top of them. Over the intervening centuries thick vegetation has grown over the rocks. The surrounding area is now peat bog but possibly wasn't at the time the tombs were made. Blanket peat bog goes up the hill sides and tops as well ...

Something about a Quiet Man

A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on Jun 11, 2014

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... had. We (my sister and my mom) swam at about 7:30 in the morning, and we swam once at night with Lynn too. Mom said that we were probably going to sink to the bottom of the pool cause of all the food we have been eating ( and the gelato ), but surprisingly I didn't. Only I did seem to be best at doggy paddling at the moment. I would zoom down the lane! We swam laps for a good while, and raced some, then to the hot tubs for ...

Episode 5

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 08, 2014

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... up to pushing pedals and manoeuvring levers. As for L she just couldn’t get the knack of it: Foyne for a few years from 1935 to 1946 was very important as the European base for trans Atlantic flights using flying boats. The Shannon estuary at this point is very sheltered and although it was only a temporary measure to use Foyne while they developed the area that later became Shannon airport, the base was never moved from here. The flying boats flew from here ...

Episode 4

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 08, 2014

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... t get a reasonable photo of it. The town hall is rather a nice building too, built in a dark slate or similar stone. There are so many lovely stone buildings , even many new houses are built of stone.

In Killarney we managed to walk around the town for a bit before the rain set in. We visited St Mary’s Cathedral, although built in the mid 19th century, it’s built in gothic style. By the time we got to Killarney National ...

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