Currarevagh House

Glann Road, Oughterard, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Glann Road, Oughterard.
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    Paddywagon of Cliffs of Moher

    A travel blog entry by akreyling on Mar 03, 2014

    15 photos

    ... that had the restaurant Dirty Nelly's next to it. We only had fifteen minutes at this stop so all we had time for was to use the bathroom. After that we headed on towards Limerick to drop off some people. Then we headed to the city. Once we arrived, we got a taxi to bring us to the hotel which is on one of the main roads that lead into the city center. Since it was a long day, we settled in the hotel room. I got to spend the week ...

    Entry 3: The day Justine took herself to be Harry!

    A travel blog entry by ju.tremblay on Apr 05, 2013

    11 comments, 18 photos

    ... Irish pub with real Irish music!


    What a great evening! We went to the " the quai" pub, located in an old medieval building, on the main street. It was a kind of nightclub, mixed with a pub! The Guinness was good, the "hot whiskey" too, and the music was... Perfect. The music band played our favorite songs and I had the chance to hear " Galway girl", probably my favorite Irish song of my favorite movie ( Youtube ...

    The cliffs of moher

    A travel blog entry by clarkyreno on Aug 23, 2012

    10 photos

    ... a really cool part of Ireland that is absolutely covered w stone and rock formations. There was a lot of Irish history that took place from the stone age through the great famine and ultimately the Irish government made it a preserver to maintain the park. This park is enormous. It encompasses a good portion of the west of Galway. Pretty cool place. I really didn't honk the cliffs of moher would be that impressive. Boy was I wrong. It was ...

    Galevating around Galaway

    A travel blog entry by lcasazza701 on Dec 01, 2011

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... smile on her face because she got her credit card back! #SCORE. Now that we were all warmed up we made our way to find the Wall of Fame and walk around Trinity Bar area. This wall of Fame is dedicated to U2, but very few people in Dublin actually know it exists, so it was rather hard to find. The three sick amigos made their way to the airport. No worries the fun doesn’t stop there. Throughout our study abroad program we have flown RyanAir. They are extremely strict with ...

    Entry #7 : Mr. President.. oh wait !

    A travel blog entry by martinfournier on May 13, 2011

    1 photo

    ... probably not the St-Patrick for it was weeks ago, but I assumed there was another Irish national holiday I had never heard of. But then it got stranger, tons of police cars and motorcycles were there and moving on the streets, policemen aren't really associated with national holidays, well except when the people celebrating cause a lot of trouble I guess. But I quickly realized that it ...