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... than the next. By the time Tom came back to fetch Sue around midnight, the scene looked like a cartoon drawing. You could almost see the notes floating around the streets and people were so stuffed into the pubs that the walls seemed to be bulging. The players that had been playing at 3pm in the afternoon, were still in the same pub, but now were extremely well lubricated but still managing to play all the same.
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... a fort stood, but didn't have enough time to climb up to it. Some of the trail was so steep that we were walking our bikes up it, but the last part of the ride was an awesome downhill coast back into the port area. I didn't take many pictures at all because we were riding and just enjoying the views, but I've posted a couple below.
July 7 - After an early bus ride back to Dublin, we went to the GAA championship hurling match at Croke ...
... here the wind was. Amazing. Waked to both ends of the cliffs just beautiful. Yhe headed into doolin fr late lunch decided to keep moving on to Galway. Was raining when we got to Galway so we skirted around it and headed out to spittle on the cast to a cosy pub for dinner and ...
... We got the win though, so I'll stop complaining. We watched the game on the internet very successfully so I'm excited for the rest of the season!
On Sunday we went to a pub in Galway to watch the All-Ireland Hurling final between Galway and Kilkenny. So being in a pub in Galway for this was awesome ...
... We were soon stopping for breathtaking views and pictures, such is the enchantment of the windswept rocky Burren- only on this day sunny and stark. The rocky hills look as though they are snow covered, and the stone houses dotted around the rocks that tilt to the sea appear so inhospitable, although it makes a beautiful vista, that we struggle to see how people exist there. Although we did see a little hay made within the rock fences, where they ...
Other places to stay in Lahinch
Main Street, Lahinch | 4 star hotelfrom $102
- Excellent, Excellent, Excellent
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Ennistymon Road, Lahinch | 4 star hotelfrom $192
- Hidden Luxury
- Irish hospitality
- Classy Spot in Lahinch
Main Street, Lahinch | 2 star hotelfrom $115