Glasan Holiday Village

Glasan, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Galway

Ireland in the rain

A travel blog entry by terry-christina

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... got to the car park ( and ticket booth ), the wind was blowing the rain almost horizontally, reducing visibility and there was quite a walk from the car to the cliffs so we decided against stopping. There are steep high cliffs along much of the coast here, so we made a couple of stops, but the wind was blowing so hard, I couldn't focus my camera easily. And the rain was stinging our faces. That rain ...

Diddle dee potatoes

A travel blog entry by georgous_travel

12

... you are at the stone it is not quite what I expected, there is a man up there who helps you lie down on the ground and pushes you out over the edge so you can kiss the stone which is attached to the wall. I have now done this, with grace and style might I add :) Another quirky thing About the blarney castle is the "herb garden" next to it, this garden contains all kinds of herbs which are used for all different old fashioned poisonings, there's even cannabis in a large ...

Dunguaire Castle and Quay Street

A travel blog entry by mdutcher1

18

... of every imaginable persuasion. There were musicians, puppeteers and a guy who juggled fire while balancing on a 9 foot ladder. We wandered around for a few hours, until Abby started to get cold, and then it was back to the hotel for drinks and snacks. We had another great day and are so glad that we ventured to Galway. It really is incredibly lovely all along the west coast. If we ever return to Ireland, we would make Galway our base camp for ...

Abbey and cows

A travel blog entry by hansonerin

5

... this morning and had Mass. It was quite moving. Just to be silent in this Abbey that was initially built in 471. Then some rich landlord agreed to rebuid it (because of course someone burned it down). So 6 years later, he comes back to the area and asks how they like the Abbey. They said, What abbey? He went to the stone masons who said, yes we built it: in another town with a similar name--oops. So he had them build one twice the size, ...

Entry #3 A dream comes true!

A travel blog entry by jp.mercier

5
9

... while looking at some pictures of the cliffs during the session. But there we were together enjoying the endless and beautiful view!


During our free time on the cliffs we saw the famous O’Brien’s Tower on the top of the northeast cliff. Sir Cornelius O’Brien built this Tower in 1835 to impress the ladies. The cliffs of Moher are also famous because this ...

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This hotel, located on Glasan, Galway, is near Quiet Man Bridge, Kilmacduagh Tower, Royal Tara China Ltd., and Abbeyknockmoy.
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