Sallowglen Lodge

Tarbert, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tarbert

Wonderful Willie Week Wildness

A travel blog entry by melepua


... I asked her if it was okay that I wrote about this night. She responded, “Of course. You wouldn’t have been invited if I didn’t want you to write about it.” We spoke a little while about the nature of the night, the informal, friendly nature. I asked her how long she has been doing this, and she said, “I’ve just started doing this. The year that Tom got sick before he died, I had a few people up to the house, for him.” ...

21st Birthday: An Irish Celebration

A travel blog entry by floripaman


... edge of a meager 300 ft dropoff. We chose the cliffs and enjoyed the amazing view and experience that they offered. After lunch at a nearby village (my driver buying me an Irish Coffee for my birthday), we head to the Cliffs of Moher.

The Cliffs were fantastic. Monoliths rising from the churning water, they were truly a unique sight. Due to some “bloody stupid Italians” as Mark referred to them, the cliff edge was walled off ...

Hiking The Burren, Golf, and Music

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi


Rest Day in Doolin

Since we came to Doolin to see some music and managed to miss it, we decided to stay another day. We hiked out of town across a bit of the Burren to the Atlantic and the wee cliffs where Matt, Lawrence and I were nearly sweep out to sea during our last visit here. Gretchen and I had better luck and walked for a couple hours along the coast among the cliffs ...

No More Headwinds!

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi


... a spine of mountains down the center and we needed to be on the other (northern) side. The descent down was big fun!

We made it to Tralee for lunch at Paddy Mac's and watched a bit of the Tour stage that day before continuing on to our final destination on the River Shannon. Just short of there, we stopped in Ballyduff and caught the finish of the tour over another pint. Thankfully, the sun was shining so it wasn't ...

Bantry to Killarney to Glin

A travel blog entry by jjarnold


... we all six made it eventually through the gap. The scenery is spectacular. Perhaps I expected too much, but our jarvey didn't have much to say other than to encourage Katie; I would have enjoyed more information about the area, history, plant and animal life, etc. Again, maybe my expectations were too high.

At Lord Brendan's Cottage we had soup, sandwiches and desserts at covered picnic tables and then strolled around the grounds until 2:15 when Phase 3 of our journey ...


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