Lantern House

Address: Ogonnelloe, Killaloe, Clare, Killaloe, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ogonnelloe, Killaloe, Clare, Killaloe, is near Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Garden, Roundstone Bay, and Twelve Bens of Connemara.
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Travel Blogs from Killaloe

Killaloe & a technicoloured yawn!

A travel blog entry by 111days on Oct 27, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... I vomited. We got back in the car (not knowing why I had just had a laugh at the ground), and I drank a lot of water to help myself feel better. We stopped off again to go to a tea house that looked nice. Once again I vomited - all the water I had just drunk. By then, mum and dad decided it was time to go to a doctor.
After finding the Ballyvaughan Medical Centre, and waiting about 2 hours to get in, we were attended to. Turns out I have tonsil-tummy (a specific ...

Ireland - Dublin, Cork and Galway

A travel blog entry by cartney on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... we wandered back to the hotel and promptly fell asleep at 8pm with the sun still beating down outside! After a long sleep we all were up pretty early for our second day exploring Dublin. I got up and went for a run along the river which was a nice way to see the city! When we all got ready, we were hoping to book in for an afternoon tour of the Jameson factory but decided it was easier to do it while we were close by so booked in for the 10am tour ...


A travel blog entry by saraann on May 24, 2014

2 photos

... up. "Lovely weather we are having," Beth shouts at a passerby. "Aye, another day in paradise." We stopped at Monroe's, where we had Guinness and fries and then played - what else? - P&A. Eventually we all wanted to change, and so we stopped back at our hostel, and then I went to the museum. It was Galway's city museum, and impressively well-funded. I learned all about Galway's history, from Kings to the merchant tribes (which reminded me of old Venice) to ...

Biking Doolin

A travel blog entry by britanne on Jul 10, 2013

24 photos

... teach her.of course she did it! We made it low key night, because we were all so exhausted from the day. I zoned out once when Scott was talking to me and his friend Michael said, "She didn't understand anything you just said." Not quite, but I didn't want to say, "no, it's too much effort to listen to you right now.", so I just went with I didn't understand. I thought the truth was a little rude. Overall, they were a lot of fun to talk ...

The Burren region and the cliffs of moher

A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Feb 08, 2013

7 photos

... on our walk. It was basically up through the back of the farms paddocks and then into the mountains that were also part of this property. They farm sheep and cattle and it was interesting to learn that unlike many other farming areas they actually move their livestock up into the mountains over winter (most places do the reverse). This does make sense though. In Ireland it's a bit warmer than most parts of the UK and it doesn't usually snow here. Also the limestone absorbs the suns ...