Logue's Liscannor Hotel
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- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... of fog, and went into the visitors center to get out of the wind and cold. We spent some time wandering and reading and decided to go out again. This time, the fog had begun to clear and some blue sky even appeared over the Atlantic. Our time was almost up, so we hurried out to the cliffs again and took more pictures. We were extremely happy that we were able to see the cliffs after our long drive out. We got back to Cork in time for dinner and a little ...
... journey and time was getting to be an issue. We finally arrived in Killarney at 6.15, found the farmhouse B&B and are settled in for the night. Today has been the most frustrating of our days so far. However it was human error. The UK works on post codes which makes it easier to set up the GPS but Ireland doesn't follow this system. Never mind, we made a pact before leaving that if we missed anything we were not going to let it spoil our ...
... Cole informed me that at the top of the cliff was O'Brien's Tower. So we go up there and take in the beauty of it all, even getting a little daring and hopping the stone fence to get a better view and get closer to the ledge. At one point along the cliffs there is a massive stone slab which we also went out to as well. I remember locals telling me last time I was here that although it's posted not to climb over, you're almost supposed to ...
... We decided to try an off-the-beaten-path location for our stay tonight and drove west through Galway to Connemara and the town of Clifden. The Abbeyglen Castle Hotel looks like Sleeping Beauty's Castle. Built in 1872, you'll think you're back in the 19th century. Be sure to ask for room 72, a suite with a private balcony overlooking the grounds. The hotel is a bit rough around the edges but that just adds to the historical ...
... could find, a pub called Fahy’s. It was about 8:30 and not very busy. Not soon after we sat down, the couple at the table next to us asked if we had been there before. After chatting with them, we learned that they were visiting from Savannah Georgia and they were staying in a B&B just around the corner. The people were very complimentary of the food that they had and Diane chose to have a steak based on his recommendation. The food actually was very good for pub food ...