Travel Blogs from Ennis
... and the old tapestries and furniture pieces were quite amazing. You could look into some of the rooms at different levels in the towers and again I did not go to the top of the castle but G And Stephanie did and said it was interesting looking down and seeing the area that looked like it may have had a moat around it. In the grounds were different cottages you could walk into and again life must have been harsh. Just as a little ...
... old homes of rock and thatching, and ancient stone buildings that have fallen to ruin.
The people are magnificent. Considering they rarely actually see the sunshine, they are the sunniest people I've met. Nothing is too hard, any obstacle can be overcome, they believe wholeheartedly in the myths and fairytales of their land, and with a few exceptions (and lets face it, every town has it's 'characters'), they all greet you with a smile and ...
Early morning - our lovely lovely landlandy Carmel drove us into town as the weather was ..... yes drizzly and cold.
I had made green and gold tissue earrings and two pom pom type things. We put on some green and gold face paint and walked into the pub, after being told by one bloke to get the f*** out of the country. Surprised that there were not many people inside but over the next half hour ...
... thought of getting ourselves into a dead end in the middle of the stone walls and being left behind when the ferry sailed.
On the way back the ferry took us in close to the cliffs of Moher which are even more spectacular than when looking down. We passed an outcrop with what looked like penguins many feet/metres above sea level. None of us knew what they were so Ruth ...
... We stopped by a book store as I was eyeballing a book there based on Tim Severin named The Brendan Voyage. So could an Irish monk in the sixth century have sailed across the Atlantic, thus beating Columbus to the New World by almost a thousand years? Relying on the medieval text of Saint Brendan, Severin painstakingly researches and builds a boat identical to the small leather curragh that carried Brendan on ...
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Other places to stay in Ennis
Clare Road, Ennis | 3 star hotelfrom $68
- Staff wonderfull
- Dirty and stinky
- West County thoughts
O'Connell Street, Ennis | 3 star hotelfrom $116
- Top marks for The Old Ground
- Hotel Reception Staff, rude, unhelpful
- The place to stay in Ennis
Galway Road, Ennis | 3 star hotelfrom $64
- Enjoyable stay
- Fawlty Towers service in the restaurant
Shanaway Road, Ennis | 4 star hotel
- Absolutly Fabulous!!!
- Four Star Hotel! Ha! In Your Dreams!
- Not quite a 4 star hotel.
The Square, Ennis | 3 star hotelfrom $96
- The location could not have been better!
- Superb Location- Very Clean
- FABULOUS WEDDING VENUE
The Market Square, Ennis | Hotelfrom $43