Westport Estates & Leasing Brewery Buildings

County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from County Mayo

Shamrocking in the UK

A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Jul 11, 2014

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... at the same time and
do tricks for the people they quickly made tours and the town Boomed! There is
a dolphin statue of Funghi in the town square and I had to get a photo with the
guy. After our delicious Sea salt ice cream we skip our last stop, which was
meant to be a lookout off the peninsula, but we couldn’t see our hands in front
of us so we ended up in Ennis. We revel in a hot shower and hit the pub for a
bit but were still feeling the effects from ...


A travel blog entry by jws123 on Oct 14, 2013

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Because I stayed up so late, I decided to sleep in a little until 8. Even with my sleeping in, I stayed asleep for two and a half hours in my morning sleep. When I got up, we went into Athlone to do some shopping. I like shopping, especially when it's me that Mummy shops for. She got me lots of good stuff, and I'll have to show off some of it before we leave Ireland. I only had a small sleep in the afternoon, and when I woke Mummy dressed ...

London to Ireland!

A travel blog entry by sarahmilne on Jul 20, 2013

Busy busy as usual! We spent the day exploring London again on Tuesday and then saw Charlie and the chocolate factory theatre in the night! It was amazing! The performers were so talented, especially the young boy, Charlie, who looked no more than 10 or 11 years old!!!! We got up early on Wednesday morning to pack our bags and then spend the day getting to Ireland! It was a little stressful figuring out where to get the train ...

Day 31

A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 17, 2012

... too thick. Moicahel is in fine form rattling off stories one after another, most of the bus however were fast asleep after last nights excesses. We stopped just outside Galway at a marble factory, not those little round balls, no the other kind. Galway is famous for it's different coloured marble. Got a quick run down from the owner of the wokshop and then a wee walk thru the shop and over the road for coffee and scones. Some of the Marble is amazing . ...

Carrick-a-rede rope bridge challenge

A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jul 05, 2012

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... day when he was at work, I was off to the train station exploring Scotland. After his work was complete, we drove around the Scottish countryside, stopping in Oban, and then took the train, crossing the Chunnel, to Paris. After Paris, we stayed in Bath, England. By the time we entered Paris, it was clear our travel styles were not compatible. True, I packed a monstrously huge suitcase which was impossible to fit on the train once I had ...

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