O'Deas Hotel

Address: Bride St, Loughrea, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bride St, Loughrea, is near Dun An Oir.
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Travel Blogs from Loughrea

Dingle to Galway

A travel blog entry by gerryu on May 24, 2015

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Early rise for another bus ride. This tour was to take us across the Shannon River via ferry boat so we could continue our coastal trek up Ireland. The ferry ride was a quick 20 minutes, but it saved us a couple hours going to the town of Limrick which is more inland. The next stop was the high windswept Cliffs of Moher. These sheer cliffs are a popular stop to capture photos of green grass fields abruptly ending ...

BodyMed/Aoife's 21st/"ohh Shtop"

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Apr 13, 2015

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... now Shhtop it, I'm not a good man", and we go back and forth like that. ha. He is a good man. We then went back to the hotel for a gorgeous lunch, I got the Irish beef, of course, and we made it back and then got dropped off to Galway city to catch the next bus to dublin, and I continued reading my book, The Ginger Man, and got a few chapters down and made it back happily and safely. so it twas a nice week, performed, BodyMed launch and a birthday party, yeah, that made for quite the nice week :-)
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Cliffs of Moher & Burren Tour.

A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 22, 2014

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... farmers style, as in NZ! Some farms were clean, green, grazed, farmed. Immediately the other side of the stone fence, there were weeds, still rocks/stones, blackberry and ivy rampant. I liked it, found it really interesting - don't think I'd have like the caves, the caves are made when the underground rivers change direction - that just might happen when I'm down under!!!! It was an hours walk up on to the Burren at the rear of the working farm. Very interesting and our guide was ...

Shamrocking in the UK

A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Jul 11, 2014

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... ladies up
there they would still refuse. Poor guy must’ve been really, really ugly. After
the cliffs we head through a different type of Irish landscape. The Burren’s I
think they are called and it is a large expanse of limestone that covers a
massive amount of area. It is an odd picture seeing such rocky plateaus in
amongst such lively greenery. We didn’t stay for long but the sight is quite
incredible. The next stop is our lunch break in a ...

Three Bags Full

A travel blog entry by kingmilo on Jul 03, 2013

49 photos

... Clutching his staff the farmer explains the different kinds of sheep and gives us a shearing demonstration. It does not hurt the little critter but lamby's father and the rest of the girls, who have already been shorn, are standing outside in the barnyard. Daddy sheep is quite upset and bleats continuously. Our little demonstration sheep ...