Bunratty Manor

Bunratty Village, Bunratty, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bunratty

Surf's Up!

A travel blog entry by bwells

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... just call it...Irish. 3) According to the Irishman I talked with, the Irish don't have shamrocks. This one had never seen a shamrock before and claimed they didn't exist in Ireland. 4) When in doubt say "Cheers!"
Another thing I didn't know about Ireland is the amazing surf it has. Dunboran is one of the top five places in the world to surf...who would've thought?! Anyway, after a late night we had an "early" morning, having to show up for our surf lesson ready to go ...

Tuesday

A travel blog entry by jws123

... in a place called Pat's. Daddy tried calling my great uncle, but he wasn't home. We looked around the town and saw my first ever castle, a place built by a guy named Hugh the Hospitable. We then drove out to Belcoo and I met another cousin named Mickey. Mickey was hypnotizing and I couldn't take my eyes off of him. I saw a bunch of sheep, some that were black, and an alpaca. ...

Day 11 - pottery, poets & spirited Sligo

A travel blog entry by franmart

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We join a local expert to see Derry's Walls and the Guildhall and the city's Cathedral. Cross the border to see O'Donnells Castle in Donegal. Drive south to visit capital Belleek Pottery centre. Continue to church yard at Drumcliff, the last resting place of Irish poet W B Yeats. Onto Sligo Harbour. Hotel Radissons
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Yeats and Seaweed

A travel blog entry by helenlilley

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... well worth the time.

The next stop was well out of my way, but I just couldn't pass it up. I detoured along the Sligo coast to a town called Enniscrone, or Inshcronne, or Inniscrone. I saw all three, depending on which street sign or map I was looking at. A teeny-tiny little seaside village, I was headed there because it was home to one of Ireland's oldest seaweed baths. I finally found the bathhouse, which was a fantastic old, turn-of-the-century building. Kind of like ...

A Medieval Dinner in Bunratty Castle

A travel blog entry by timsandy

... of potatoes were plunked on the table for everyone to dig in. We're finding every meal in Ireland centers on potatoes. ...

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This hotel, located on Bunratty Village, Bunratty, is near Parkes Castle, Dooney Rock Forest Park, Crevela Friary, and Lough Gill.
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