Clanabogan House

Address: 85 Clanabogan Road, Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT78 1SL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 85 Clanabogan Road, Omagh, is near Gortin Glen Forest Park and An Creagán Visitor Centre.
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      You Are Now Entering Free Derry

      A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 01, 2015

      167 photos

      ... hearing their piano being played again, and I hadn't played a piano in almost 2 months and it was a real treat me for me and my soul, too. Danny boy is 100 years old, the lyrics at least, they're put to the 'Londonderry Air" from Derry! so thats outrageously cool! And I set out on my day of exploration. Saw St. Eugene's a huge cathedral, sat in and said a prayer, walked the Bogside seeing the beautiful murals of what happened on Bloody sunday, the memorial, teh H-hunger ...

      To Belfast for a Day

      A travel blog entry by averileoverseas on Nov 09, 2013

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... it got too dark to explore the township. Walked most of the City Walls, an area Protestants sheltered from the attacks of the approaching Catholic forces of deposed King James II. Almost 20 feet high and about as thick with huge cannons lining the entire area. Next to the Murals along Bogside. Those showing riots I am able to remember suddenly hit me. To be in the area where all this happened and to see it depicted ...

      Derry, not Londonderry!

      A travel blog entry by paulandashe on Sep 05, 2013

      86 photos

      ... the way (There is a rock shaped as his boot).
      Then apparently the Scottish giant came searching for the Irish giant to challenge him. The Irish giants wife dressed the giant up as a baby, so when the Scottish Giant came looking for him the wife explained that the Giant was out hunting. He pointed at the baby and asked who that was. The wife explained that was their baby. The Scottish Giant then realised if that was the baby (54foot tall!) ...

      Day 10 - Derry to Omagh

      A travel blog entry by lisawesty on Sep 20, 2012

      24 photos

      ... when you visit the Free Derry catholic republican area. We stopped at the Tower Museum in Derry which had some interesting exhibits including more information on the potato blights effect, World War II's effect and 'The Troubles’ including Bloody Sunday and on a more light hearted note, an exhibition on the Spice Girls.

      Wandering the walls near Bogside, we passed a church which when bombings occurred in the 1960’s, bombs thrown over the wall from ...

      Fiddles and Troubles

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Jul 02, 2012

      ... can't really do anything else on my thesis until I've completed my field research next week, my free time is just that - free time. I spent the week attending concerts and lectures that have been happening every day at the Academy because of the Blas Summer School, a 2-week workshop intensive for students, mostly college aged and older, to crash-course on Irish traditional music. An afternoon filled with diddle-dees and doodle-doos is a great ...