Bellbridge House Hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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The best part about this trip, has been the rental car. It is amazing not really having an itinerary set in stone, and really making our own choices. If we're driving and we see something we like (meaning I yell stoooooooop) then we can just pull over and take a picture. Every day we at least have to make it to a new town because of our sleeping accommodations. But we also have ...
... it justice. Not even ours will compare. You just can't capture the lighting, the colors, the sounds, the smells.
Today we drove to our next little village, and headed towards the most majestic castle I could have imagined. We were impressed with the last two nights staying in the Ballyseede Castle, but now, it looks like merely a "manner" or family "estate". Now.....driving up to Dromoland Castle, we thought...NOW THAT'S A ...
Ireland might be my new favorite country! I woke up at 6:15 am today to get on a bus to head to the west coast of Ireland to see the Cliffs of Moher! It is a pretty far ride, about 4 hours, but we stopped a few places along the way.
First we stopped in Limerick. Not much to see there but a pretty town. Next we stopped in Doolin to see a famous tomb and to have lunch. The roads in the west of Ireland are ...
... Ennis which is the capital of county Clare. On the way we stopped in Limerick which was quite pretty and a little bigger than we had imagined. We arrived in Ennis which is a rather small town with cobbled lanes though not very big. It is known to be one of the most picturesque villages in Ireland. The earliest architecture dates back to 1240 as the town was built around a Monestery. We grabbed some subway and headed to ...
... and slightly disappointed!
So... we ordered up some pints and struck up a conversation with the old coots. We actually stayed there until close, and even shortly after that. The barkeep didn't really seem to mind and served me another pint when I asked. (I love how slack the rules are in Ireland. It all depends on the bar keeps mood as to whether or not you're going to get served past "cut off"--a concept I'm not sure really even ...