Sunday, October 30, 2016

clifden 2

After walking Sky Road and the Beach Road, we spent the rest of our time there walking around town and getting some food to eat back at the b&b.  Our feet were tired so we headed back to relax.  We were leaving early the net morning to go back to Moville.  So these photos will conclude our little trip to Clifden.  Thanks for your comments and viewing!

a view of Market Square


 another view


heading downhill toward Market Square




seen on our way to Aldi


 seen outside a shop


butcher shop menu


 pubs



some house painting


decorated bikes on a wall


back to where we started across from the B&B


19 comments:

  1. Here in Spain, no cities with those colors look, I seem strange.

    Tomás.

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  2. Bill, the colors of the buildings brighten a somewhat cloudy day...thanks for brightening mine!

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  3. Such a colourful little place. Those butchers' signs used to be a lot more common than they seem to be these days.

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  4. It was a nice trip, I think. I like two shots. The view down on the street and of course bikes on the wall. Fantastic idea. Greetings from dark Bergen.

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  5. I really appreciate these photos because I've never been to Ireland and I find everything wonderful and fascinating. Love the colors of the buildings and the different types of architecture - not like Ocala. That's one hilly town, too. I love riding bikes down hills but uphills...not so much. Oh, your comment about me being a "liberator" - do you know what they call a Lab who goes about freeing dogs in pounds? A "laborator"! Sorry, I just made that up and it's still early here and I'm leaving to play golf in a few minutes and that's the best I can do. Hope you're having a fun day!

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  6. Thank you so much Bill, I have so enjoyed exploring Clifden with you. It's a lovely Irish town with lots of colour.. I can see why you were tired when you got back to the B&B after the walls, some steep ups and downs there. How cool are the bicycle flower container, what a fab idea ­čśŐ

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  7. I keep losing my message as I go back and forth among the photos, all of which speak volumes about this charming village. Like others I love the colourful houses, and I thought the Rainbow Houses in Charleston were unique!! The man working on the chimney doesn't seem to have any safety equipment around him--brave soul! Tried to read the butcher's list and made out a few, e.g. turkey burgers and sausages--not as exotic as I had hoped. And, of course, I loved the kegs outside the house of spirits. Such a fun and interesting trip for you; thanks for taking us along.

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  8. So colorful, neat, and tidy.

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  9. So colorful, neat, and tidy.

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  10. The bikes on the wall are a neat touch!

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  11. Bill, I have so, so enjoyed your last few posts from around Clifden. They have left me yearning to return to Ireland, only next time I would like to explore more in places such as this.

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  12. I really have enjoyed your walks through this picturesque town. Thanks for sharing them.

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  13. We've been to Clifden a couple of times but never stayed there. It's charming but I don't remember it being so hilly.

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  14. Thanks for sharing all these colorful sights.

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  15. I've really enjoyed your wanderings through Clifden. So glad you took us along!

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  16. What a great little place, so colorful.

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  17. Local agradável, as flores sempre encantam.

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