Ostan Inis Oirr (Inisheer Hotel)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... pub crawl in the town. One beer turned into four. And those beers sneak up on you being a little bigger, and having not eaten dinner. We found out more of Sinead's crazy boy stories, which are starting to seem endless. Were encouraged to try the Budweiser here, because Sinead swore up and down it was better here than the States. For sure was. Found out Kitty had a terrible boyfriend by the name of Kenny. Tristan has the motto, "Be Grand", in everything you ...
... King of Ulster. Cú Chulainn, however, did not return her love and sought to avoid the Hag. But she was not to be ignored and so she pursued him and he fled all the way across the island of Ireland until he reached the tip of land at Loop Head ...
... one of Galway's other many pubs!
Taaffes - Officially the first place I ever had a pint in Ireland, and also a bar I return to each and everytime I return to Galway! The music is always great and the clientele is a mixture of old Galway locals, Irishmen and women on stag and hen dues, and of course the wayward travler. Well worth a pint, particularly duing a session.
Hole in the Wall - Perhaps one of my favourite pubs ...
... Inis Oirr). We went to Inis Oirr. Since Irish is the native launguage everyone uses the Irish names of the islands and all the attractions on the island are only labeled using their Irish name. Inis Oirr is the smallest of the three islands and has the fewest tourists. The island is an extension of The Burrens in Co. Claire meaning much of the landscape is limestone. To clear their fields, the farmers stack the bricks of limestone creating many stone walls. If you look at an arial ...
... a certain Mr Bill Clinton decided he loved the place and he would make Lahinch a holiday destination of his. He even has his own helipad on standby there. It was because of this exclusive and elitist attitude that the Shamrocker tour guides and bus drivers like to play a game whenever they drive past this golf course on the way into and out of Lahinch. The game is pretty simple, drive really slowly and if you manage to be close to a golfer swinging his club, ...