Shannon Court Hotel

Address: Ballycasey, Shannon, County Clare, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ballycasey, Shannon, is near Dun Aengus - The Fort of Aonghasa, Clare Heritage Centre, Tourist Information, and Ballycasey Craft and Design Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Shannon

      Day Seven

      A travel blog entry by notjpsssn on Sep 19, 2014

      ... perk, and is pretty sweet. Comfy, comtemporary, and almost empty, with delicious free rose that is some of the best wine we've had.

      Good thing we partook of the rose, because later, we are laughing on our 3 hour flight to Ireland, because we have never seen a drink cart take this long to get down the aisle. We are in row 16, and it hasn't gotten here after an hour fourty five. They've been stuck at about aisle 10 for about a half hour...these passengers must ...

      First Day in the Motherland

      A travel blog entry by lauren93m on Jul 07, 2014

      ... day ahead of us. I went to lay down for a short nap and woke up about 3 hours later. Dad and I wanted to get out of the house so we took their car and went out to find a grocery store.
      They had a stick-shift car which dad "attempted" to drive. He got the hang of it after a little bit but it was still a rough ride. The roads here are insanely narrow and bumpy...we almost crashed a ...

      Day 10: The Final Stretch

      A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on Jun 01, 2014

      23 photos

      ... the entire week in the north. Driving through The Burren, we saw another type of mountains. The Burren is made up of these flat rocks. In the valleys and in certain places we saw a lot of cattle (or 100% Irish beef as listed proudly on the menus!). The sun was out when we stopped to take a picture at a scenic point and we were 10 minutes away from the Cliffs of Moher. We had heard stories of it raining and fog rolling in and not being able to see the Cliffs, so we were encouraged ...

      Hitchhiking through Ireland

      A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Jun 09, 2013

      ... halfway in place and halfway in the wind, tie - loosened, two roller boards with a weeks worth of provisioning by my side. I stuck out my thumb like I had never stuck it before and waited for the next car to show. Sure enough, the first car to show...stopped. Matter of fact they stopped so easily to my rescue that I almost didn't wanted to believe it. I wanted to tell them that they were lying to me when they told me they would pick me up. Then ...

      Cliffs of Moher on a blustery day!

      A travel blog entry by donnartw2012 on Dec 18, 2012

      24 photos

      ... jobs by having the locals build these walls.

      During our hike we pass a strange tree, covered with strips of fabric and other mementos. They call it the Fairy Tree. While the Irish are very Catholic, they still have strong Pagan traditions. The fairies were believed to be life-size creatures with very pale skin. They fought a battle (can’t remember against whom…) and lost. As a result they were condemned to live forever ...