Cliffs of Moher Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... stone was used for building small cottages, also. The cottages were extremely small and at one time had thatched roofs. The homes in that area now are very modern and only the ruins of the cottages remain, however the fences are still used. When we arrived at the Cliffs of Moher, a thick misty haze had rolled in. We couldn't see them at all. A very nice foot path and steps run along the edge of the cliffs so we walked out there. We made it to O'brien's Tower, ...
... to put up a railing so you could not go farther and fall off because many people have died from going to far off and the wind hitting them in the wrong direction. There was a little fort thing at one end of the pathway for the cliffs that we walked up too and it had the postcard view of the three main cliffs that it is most famous for. But then Erich, Emily and I went to the left side where you can go off of a path and walk on ...
After figuring out the bus system, for now, we're on our way down to the Cliffs of Moher. The ride out and back was incredible: the green landscape, old castles and churches, little stone walls as far as you could see, and the burren region (a region in Ireland where the terrain is more rocks than grass and more hill than flat). At the cliffs it was very rainy, cold, and windy; yet the cliffs were still amazing. After reading a little info ...
... House. My cousin was married there @4 years ago and I can't imagine a more gorgeous spot for a wedding. The manor and its grounds were stunning....I highly recommend staying there and playing their world renowned golf course. Then we navigated our way through Limerick and Shannon towards the Cliffs of Moher. There is something magical and serene about these cliffs and we were so fortunate to have a sunny day...quite rare in ...
Well it is true, our Clifden B&B was the best and confirmed even more so with the wonderful variety supplied at breakfast this morning. In fact it was sad to have to move on so quickly and I could easily have stayed on for a few more days.
We drove back into Clifden to purchase a couple of postcards and have one last shot of the harbour before heading down to Roundstone another place on our list from watching SBS. The journey took much longer than expected because we ...