Park Lodge Hotel

Park Spiddal, Spiddal, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Spiddal

Day 6: Being a Proper Tourist

A travel blog entry by lari

... and they’re called ‘Aebersol’! haha. They explained to me that the wife’s grandfather had emigrated to the US years back. That really made me laugh :)

Once the tour was over, I headed to my appointed hostel which was the Snoozles right next to the coach station. Again, a very nice, clean and modern hostel with amazing staff. In my room I met Fabio who’s this guy from brazil. He’s trying to find a job here in Ireland, ...

NUIG - What they didn't tell you in orientation

A travel blog entry by kwichman


... an Irish student responds to a professor's question. I usually have no clue what they are saying. Hopefully I'll become used to the Irish way of speaking quickly. They, of course, have no trouble understanding me because everyone here watches American television.

I did not realize how much I would stick out in Ireland. First of all, there is my accent. Even if I only say okay, the Irish can instantly tell I'm American. They also dress way different ...

Wonderful Willie Week Wildness

A travel blog entry by melepua


... so he was open to songs during his session. He sang a few, usually while accompanying himself lightly on the accordion. Once he asked the Scotsman, who is a well known Scots Gallic singer, to share a song. First they bantered, Irish teasing Scot, Scot trying to start but erupting in giggles. At last he composed himself and successfully started his song. His singing was so beautiful that shivers surged down my spine. Everyone around listened quietly, not ...

The Aran Islands

A travel blog entry by monnat07


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The Island was possibly one of the most beautiful places I’ve seen in Ireland so far, which is saying something. Stone fences surrounded small plots, even smaller plots than I had seen on the main land. “ All this land was reclaimed” Our driver explained. “ It all used to be covered with limestone, which was dug up and broken to make the fences. And then the island people covered the top layer with seaweed and the like to make soil.”


The Biggest Rock Garden in Europe

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas


... were no spoon back then, chicken with mushroom sauce, roast potatoes, carrots and green beans, and for dessert apple pie with whipped cream. There were pitchers of red and white wine, water and juice. Before and in between each course we were entertained by the butler and the maid who sang Irish folk songs, told stories, and recited poetry by Irish poets like Yeats. While we ate they became our waiter and waitress doing double duty. It was a ...


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