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 ...
... s best surfing beach, and Doolin a fishing village famous for its nightly live music. We arrived at the Cliffs to sunshine, but could see a storm coming across the Atlantic. We slipped and slid along the muddy trail up the cliffs (they are 8km long, so our pictures only show the snippet of Cliffs that we were at!). They stand 214 metres at the highest point and are home to major colonies of cliff nesting seabirds. ...
... rise 120 metres (390 ft) above the Atlantic Ocean at Hag's Head, and reach their maximum height of 214 metres (702 ft) just north of O'Brien's Tower, eight kilometres to the north. The ...
... up. Jenny you will be pleased to know that I did find one shop at the Cliffs tourist centre that I liked. It was a celtic jewellry shop. They didnt have exactly what I wanted so tomorrow we are calling into the town where the family manufactures the jewelry. A wee detour but im sure it wil be worth it. Im looking for a special ring that will be from my lovely friends at the ...
... of hundreds of years before it was almost completely wiped off the map somewhere in the 1600s.
From then it was used as a mass gravesite until the middle of the twentieth century. Despite being the religious centre of Ireland for so long, walking its half-buried pathways it felt like little more than a place of death and desolation now....I quite liked it.
Leaving that, we drove countless windy, narrow roads until we reached the Eastern side of Ireland. The ...