Glasan Holiday Village

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

    Cliffs galore

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 25, 2014

    63 photos

    ... br> The road North was even smaller than the road coming in from the south. Was a cracking drive with almost no one else on the roads. We had a car in front of us driving more or less identical speeds through all the winding turns and corkscrews so everything was going smoothly. I really enjoyed the drive, much more interesting than plain straight roads. Fun times. The landscape turned quite different fairly quickly with entire hills covered in stones. A light greyish ...

    Roots and pockets-

    A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny on Dec 15, 2013

    5 photos

    ... but didn't have much time because they were on their way out. He is a MacDonaugh, and two Griffins live next door. They did say, very sincerely,that they wished we could come back later and sit and talk. They told us to go find the priest at the church, so we did that. He was heading out for a funeral, but graciously gave us a phone number for the parish secretary, so we can call her tomorrow. Mr. MacDonaugh told us that in the ...

    Going back to rurality

    A travel blog entry by jonnygrek on Jun 18, 2013

    1 photo

    ... by the friendly people, and the little Irish subtleties. Things that are certainly not British. The plethora of independent shops, lack of British chains (i.e. Avoidance of globalisation), and of course the melodic sing-song of the accent. You do feel like you're in a completely different place, whilst still being definitely Europe. Green - that's another word i'd like to introduce. ...

    The Isle of Éire

    A travel blog entry by megan.torgerson on Apr 08, 2013

    8 comments, 14 photos

    ... of the tap, the old woman smiled to herself and next to me the children continued to cheer. The next day the applauding continued but this time on my behalf.  I had taken an early ferry to the third and largest Aran Island; the Isle of Inishmor.  I was between joining two tours on yet another frigid but sunny day in Ireland and decided to go with the more enthusiastic looking of the two.  I hopped on a van with a crew of 12 from Lake Garda, Italy ...

    Galway Wanderin': Corned Beef isn't Irish

    A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 14, 2012

    14 photos

    ... signatures to expel the Israeli ambassador from Ireland. He said I could still sign despite being an American, so naturally, I signed it. I saw his display by the two large flags waving behind him: one Irish and the other Palestinian. I enjoyed seeing my ethnic backgrounds displayed in unity. The Irish definitely identify with the Palestinians, seeing a similar struggle of fighting against an unwanted occupation.