Sea Shell Apartments

Ballyheigue, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Ballyheigue, is near Waterworld, Ballyheigue Strand, Ballyheigue Castle, and Glenderry Souterrains.
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Travel Blogs from Ballyheigue

Week 3

A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Jul 30, 2014

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... I was no longer sick and could breathe without coughing, and it was not as hot as last time. We got rained on a bit on our way to the top, but when we got there it stopped and it wasn't too windy either, so we had yet another lovely picnic. We stopped in Killarney on the way back for a drink at McSweeney's and did a couple of errands in town as well. We had some leftover salmon so I made salmon cakes and we had dinner at the cottage. First thing on Monday, ...

The Cliffs of Moher & Doolin

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 26, 2014

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... of Moher. Like every other rural locale we've seen, abandoned stone cottages dot the countryside. Just outside of Kilaree, Kaeleb yells "There's a bumblebee in the back!" I look back and sure enough there's a bumblebee flying around clinging to the back window. Kaeleb is all antsy as Chris finds a place to pull over. I open the trunk and the stupid bee can't figure out how to get out. As I scan the trunk for something to use to prod it out it flies away. Guess we can't ...

Week 1

A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Jul 20, 2014

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... down, and very creepy. But all has changed since both the hotel and the castle were refurbished; the castle exterior has been completely rebuilt and looks to have stairs that you can climb up to the very top. Unfortunately the door inside was locked.

Our walk in Tomies Wood started very close to there. First we went down a little gravel road and then came to a farm with gates where the sign said "KEEP OUT". But the book said there is a public access easement so off we went. ...

Ennis to Dingle

A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on Apr 16, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... so gives a more realistic idea of what it would have been like to live there - narrow stone spiral stair cases up several stories, lovely dark carved timber wall lining and furniture. Beautiful four poster beds, ornate ceilings etc. lovely views from the turrets at the top. Strenuous work though up & down the stairs! Next stop Askeaton village for lunch. Had a look around a Franciscan Monastry - a ruin but quite intact in spots. Very large ...

Blarney and Taters!

A travel blog entry by dinanna on May 31, 2013

6 comments, 23 photos

... terminals, and had to take a ticket to lift the boom gate as I couldn't reverse out. I thought here goes £5:50 for parking when, voila! Right in front of me was, surprise, surprise....Avis car rental return! A completely different place from where I collected the car so the GPS must have decided it had better do the right thing by me or it might miss the flight too! Definitely a lucky break! Now, as I was at terminal 5, I needed to catch the Heathrow express ...

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