Travel Blogs from Doolin
... ogham stone, a sundial and some early stone crosses can be found in the yard. Interestingly the ground surrounding the church are filled with funerary plots both ancient and from the past decade. It is strange to see them crowded right next to each other. The church itself had some interesting artistic details and was much bigger than the Gallus Oratory. Although it was missing a roof. After the Dongle peninsula was good and photographed ...
We walked up the castle and took photos. I was a little frustrated, but would not allow anyone or anything to destroy my experience. Jazzi and I took pictures and just tried to have more fun by being silly. The other people that we were with always put distance between us literally and physically so we just adapted to the situation and continued to not worry about them. We all had lunch at a pub on the ...
... known to play "chicken" - leaning over the cliff's edge and seeing how long they can allow the wind to keep them up and falling into the ocean. On this day, there was a slight breeze and, to this day, no barriers from keeping people from falling. There were only "keep away" signs that people still chose to ignore in order to see its true beauty. We were told by the tourguide that there were a few ...
... but cliff and oceanto the left. Seemed as if a left would take you to America! We found the sign, turned left and found a cluster of cottages, but none looked like the one in the photos on the website. After another kilometer or so, we saw it. It has a window that you cannot miss; one side of the kitchen is a wall of glass. The driveway to the cottage is impossibly steep. I am *not* driving on this driveway in the dark! We'd end up in ...
... a Smithwicks. She didn't do anything, then another came up and asked what I wanted, so I ordered a Smithwicks. The first bartender laughed and commented on how I must be thirsty. He gave me just one, thankfully. I shuffled past enough squished people to send the fire marshal into conniptions and found a seat near the band. As I sat, the banjo player looked at me and played the "Happy Birthday Song." I pulled the desperate ...
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Other places to stay in Doolin
Coast Road R-477, Doolin | Hotelfrom $206
- Very bad experience
- My favorite room
- Ballinalacken Castle Hotel was pretty nice
Doolin | 4 star hotelfrom $94
Doolin | 4 star hotelfrom $116
Coast Road, Doolin | 3 star hotelfrom $101