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

3, 2, 1... JUMP!

A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Mar 29, 2015

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... care about being cold because I was having too much fun. I'm so glad we decided to take on another hard challenge.

Lots of bruises and sore muscles later and I am back in Dublin. It was a crazy and very out of the box weekend, but I am happy with the activities I tried and impressed that I still have some strength here to do them. My muscles definitely feel this weekends strain, and I'm happy to be back in my cozy warm room after a crazy weekend.



Galway - Day 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 16, 2014

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... the son of a Spanish merchant to stay with his family, as a way of improving trade relations. Young Gomez crossed the seas to Galway and became good friends with the lord mayors son, Walter. He became even better friends with Walters betrothed, Agnes. One night a suspicious Walter, followed Gomez to Agnes house, in a fit of jealous rage he charged in the house and chased Gomez down to the docks where he stabbed him and threw him into the water. When the body ...


A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Aug 26, 2014

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... happily with their nine children until Margaret died whilst they were on a family holiday to Egypt in 1874. Poor Henry brought her back and buried her in a mausoleum there and then built a beautiful neo-Gothic church as a memorial to her. Church is like a small scale version of the usual city church. Castle rooms were sizeable and elegant without being over the top opulence. In 1903 the castle was sold to the Duke of Manchester who had a taste for the high life ...

Last Day :(

A travel blog entry by foley1617 on Jun 19, 2014

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... accent! Our dinner plans include the best seafood restuarant in Galway, conveniently 2 streets over and across the river from our hotel. It is also CHEAP! yay! We are going to stop by the SaltHouse, the Galway Bay Brewing Company's pub. They boast the largest collection of bottled beers in the country. I am trying to complete, and compete, a beer cap collage. My friend Rebecca got me started on it and I have to have more than ...

Rain, Cliffs and Ancient Tombs

A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Sep 07, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... to us. Just limestone, nothing else. It looked like we had landed on the moon. Apparently the region was much more fertile and was spotted with tall trees, but over the years the topsoil had blown away and nothing else could grow. So now it is empty and rocky. On and on we kept driving, then we saw a sign for the Burren Perfumery. Well, that sounded quite nice. So we began to follow the signs. And then more signs, and then smaller roads, ...