The Mayfly Hotel

Address: Foxford, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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          Wonderful town of Westport!

          A travel blog entry by liiseke on Oct 11, 2015

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          ... we have to wait for freaking 4 hours to get on a bus to Westport. We asked a lady from the bar, and she told that we should have gone off in the Airport. Then we shouldn't have to wait for that long. Well, anyways, we had to wait now. I know that I told at first that we shouldn't have gone off in Charlestown, but I'm happy we did. We went to a bar and the owner was there. We got off with him very well. We even promised to send him a postcard when we are back in Estonia :) ...

          Westport and Derry

          A travel blog entry by stephen.murray on Oct 11, 2015

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          Scenery changed from harsh landscapes of the Burren and Arans Islands to the green, wooded mountains of the Connemara; from the ancient stone monuments to the grave site of William Butler Yeats. We'll see another monument in Derry; more on that later. We stopped in Cong for a walk by the Ashford Castle and a visit to Ireland's School Of Falconry where we all got a chance to retrieve a falcon from flight while wearing protective gloves. Cong, by the way, is ...

          Free at last .....

          A travel blog entry by wstrapps on Oct 01, 2015

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          ... lay anything but the bathroom is almost as large as the bedroom. We would have preferred the extra space in the bedroom. Our hostess is fine but she's no Geraldine! We went to a new addition to the Dublin tourism scene ... an attraction which is in only its fourth year of operation. It's called the Little Museum of Dublin. It's housed in a Georgian townhouse along Merrion Square. The exhibits are 5000 artefacts donated by ...

          Croagh Patrick

          A travel blog entry by wstrapps on Sep 30, 2015

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          ... could only see the tops of the surrounding mountains. We thought that we had reached the top, because the only thing higher than us was an unclimbable, verticle peak next to us. On closer inspection, we noticed moving specks on the mountain and realized that the unclimbable peak was Croagh Patrick. The trail was all loose rock and at about a 45 degree angle. Papa decided that it was more than we wanted to tackle because the descent would be too treacherous, not to mention the ascent. We ...

          Some observations

          A travel blog entry by tkerrone on May 12, 2015

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          ... in the small towns, speak with a charming accent. Don can imitate the lyrical, musical rhythms of their speech. - the tombstones I'm cemeteries are very neatly organized - all headstones face the same direction and the rows are aligned - houses in the countryside are mostly painted white or cream, but shops in the villages are painted blu, peach, yellow, green -CCTV cameras are mounted everywhere and signs are clearly posted so people know they are being monitored - levers to open ...