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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    Travel Blogs from Oughterard

    Cliffs, Farms, & Doolin

    A travel blog entry by britanne on Jul 09, 2013

    23 photos

    ... figured that one out either yet. Doolin a tiny little town right in the coast. The town doesn't even have an ATM, grocery store, or bank. I love these little town we end up in though, because they have so much character and nice change from the cities. That night we cooked ourselves a pasta dish with some locally made sundried tomatoe pesto sauce. Yum, yum! Little did we know pasta was a fabulous idea because we needed to carbo load for the next ...

    A Lazy July 4th

    A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Jul 04, 2012

    2 comments, 14 photos

    Written by Rebecca

    It's always a little strange to be in another country on July 4th, since it seems like any regular day. We decided to take the day for ourselves, slept late, ate the rather ordinary hotel breakfast, and spent the morning and most of the afternoon working and blogging in the room. We did venture out for lunch in the hotel bar.

    About 4:00, ...

    Southern Ireland: Back to My Irish Roots

    A travel blog entry by kurtmills on Jun 08, 2012

    185 photos

    ... shame. The Irish can surely sing. I had a great dinner of fish and chips and my first Guiness (and first dark beer). I surprisingly liked it more than most of the other beers I’ve had and I’m not usually a big fan of any beer.

    Galway lies within the Gaelic speaking region of Ireland, so I was able to hear a little 'Irish' spoken on the streets. I later learned in Dublin that all-Gaelic schools are starting to become en vogue, because the public ...

    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 ...

    Entrevue : Travelers of the Country of the Lyre

    A travel blog entry by martinfournier on Apr 19, 2011

    ... bad, it's just that because of their lifestyle they will sometimes stop their mobile homes in places where it may annoy people, or they could gather things on the ground that could belong to someone, because of that people don't trust most Travelers.

    For the fifth question I went for something more related with the Language Program, I asked what lLnguage they spoke, because I thought they spoke Irish. Well apparently they don't all speak Irish, they also have their own ...