Smyths Country Lodge Hotel

Feakle, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Feakle

Roadtrippin' & More Amurcans

A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad


... such a time getting lost on the roads. We stopped at a pub in nearly every town we passed through, grabbed a quick tea or coffee, and went on our way. We even stopped in a pub (Tigh Clarke?) where the movie "The Guard" had some scenes filmed. What a funny movie - we watched it a day or two after. After stopping multiple times for Sinead to get ice cream along the way, and the unforettable stop at the Irish version of Chipotle, Boojum, the entire day had been spent, and ...


A travel blog entry by saraann


... forced to wear shorts (my pants are all dirty) and received a few comments and countless looks for being a crazy American tourist (it was not warm out). I ended the day at The Kings Head (with a really legit cover band, whose songs ranged from Galway Girl to Wagon Wheel to I Love Rock and Roll) and then at Garveys (which is a very different feel, a smaller space with an older crowd and an acoustic band). I love the live music in Ireland, and the Guinness really is better ...

Tall and Flat

A travel blog entry by ryder.alison


We awoke in Bunratty this morning and continued on our tour. First, we revisited Bunratty in the daylight, and explored which was pretty awesome.

Then we got on a bus.

Our next stop was the Cliffs of Moher, which is one of the more famous attractions in Ireland. Essentially, they're 700 foot tall cliffs on the ocean, so it looks all shiny and magnificent. There's a surprising amount ...

The journey across the Atlantic

A travel blog entry by lacey_taub


So, this whole week we have been traveling across the Atlantic Ocean. We started in Halifax, and are just now arriving in Ireland. My roommates name is Sara and she is awesome, I definitely got lucky. Our room is perfect, very homey and comfortable.

So far, this week has been full of many hours of working out, meeting people, classes and homework, but we have all loved every minute of it. Our first day on ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by zoe.redmond


... something. So then by the time we got back Peta was in bed "asleep".

In the morning Peta woke up and decided she didn't even want to go back to the club (opened at 10am we had to leave at 1030am) and she didn't even want to say anything to the bus driver either. She was still very upset about her phone.

Anyway. That was Galway.

Edited for you mum. You might get the " " bits.


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