Lynch Hayden's Hotel

Address: Dunlo Street, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Dunlo Street, Ballinasloe, is near Clontuskert Augustinian Friary and Kilconnell Franciscan Friary.
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Travel Blogs from Ballinasloe

Even the damp is cold

A travel blog entry by pamplonas2 on Jan 14, 2014

Starting to prepare dinner. Shop at some small village stores.Have only a few euros(common market country Currency)so a few tomatoes, butter(supposed to be spreadable)lemon, fresh baked bread and a brownie. Lots of tea and maybe may warm up up. The rain started after lunch and has not stopped, with the cottage not having heat until i arrived will take a while to warm up. So heat the plate in the oven and enjoy almost ...

Heart attack waiting to happen...learning to drive

A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny on Dec 12, 2013

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... Trav and I decided that they had known that for some time, and must have been flying us in wide circles to dump fuel, because there is no way it takes 3 hours to go from MSP to Detroit. As we approached the airport, he came on again and told us that there were going to be a lot of emergency vehicles on the runway for us, as we would be coming in heavy. He didn't say why, but think of all the fuel they had on-board to get to Amsterdam...sure ...

The Real God's Country

A travel blog entry by on Nov 18, 2013

... city feel of Tralee, and into the quiet peaceful feel of a village.
Brigid said she would drop me at one of the village pubs if I wanted to get dinner and come back and pick me up, or I could go to the house and then go back.
I couldn't believe she was offering to do that for me. I said I would go then. Normally I would want to go and change before dinner, but it seemed more practical to go directly to the pub.
I loved the feel of ...

Visiting Ballinasloe

A travel blog entry by cath-lindsay on Oct 15, 2013

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Visited Ballinasloe to look at the area where some of my ancestors came from. I'm sure it looked different in 1854 but it is now just another little town trying to get by. Even the tourist information shop had closed down. Walked around the old section of a cemetery I found near a church with no sign but there where no sign of Mocklairs, Lorkains to be found. Looked at the marina on the river Suck. Had a traditional Irish lunch of lasagne with chips and drove back to Galway ...

Good Intentions

A travel blog entry by obicat on Mar 05, 2013

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... stranger. The beggar managed to pry open the lid. With astonishment, disbelief and elation, he saw that the box was filled with gold. Those who have not found their true wealth, which is the radiant joy of being and the deep, unshakable peace that comes with it, are beggars, even if they have great material wealth. They are looking outside for scraps of pleasure, fulfilment, for validation, security, or love, while they have a treasure within that not ...