Raheen Woods Hotel

Address: Raheen, Athenry, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Raheen, Athenry, is near Ballyglunin Railway Station and Taibhdhearc Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Athenry

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

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Apr 13, 2015

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    What a week, this was a different kind of week, oh but before I forget, I also wanted to jot down how cousin Louise says, "oh right", as she's listening to stories. Its her way of acknowledging the other person, but she says it like 'oh that's right, yeah I forgot about that, or ohh yeah that makes sense", so that's another thing that she does. She's texted me a few times this week - about half of them are "but... how did you get in..." and most of mine are "(quietly) ...

    Myths & Legends/ Lo, Lie the Fields of Athenry

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 15, 2015

    106 photos

    Monday was mellow, came into the office and got a lot done, phone calls, rescheduling appointments, scheduling new clients - kathy's son, Daniel, unfortunately is still quite under the weather. She brought him in to have Gibbs, the Osteopath, look at him, and I played him "Daniel" by Elton John, kept saying, "daniel, you're a star!" he's the coolest kid, really, even the fact that he was still cool while sick, thats a true sign a of a cool kid.

    was equally ...

    Arrival to the Emerald Isle

    A travel blog entry by mcnamarakat on Jun 16, 2013

    ... people of Newgrange built a Stone Age passage tomb in 3200 BC. There are many different beliefs about its purpose so our tour guide said we could decide for ourselves why 80 men pulled 97 huge flat stones 80km to this hill. My favorite is to mark winter solstice. The tomb entryway is built at exactly the correct angle that the sun (on a clear not so cloudy Ireland day) rises precisely with the first rays going ...

    Tips for Inter-railers!

    A travel blog entry by rach_travelbug on Sep 01, 2012

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    ... you're in! Bear this in mind! A scarf can double up as a blanket!

  • Some churches have a dress code, bring full length top and full trousers! (eg Duomo, Milan, Sistine Chapel, Vatican City, Rome)
  • Don't go overboard on accessorising with jewellery and make-up - try to bring a generic set that'll match everything! Less to carry is good!
  • Don't wear denim! It's heavy and awful to wear in ...

  • See! I Told You!

    A travel blog entry by sraffel on Mar 11, 2012

    13 photos

    Sunday we decided to take another drive across Ireland. This time, we headed westward! Our destination was the Cliffs of Moher, but we stopped in Bunratty on the way to stretch our legs, and that made me want to check out the castle there, so I must remember to get there before I leave!

    Once we got to the cliffs, we walked around and took pictures. They are quite beautiful, and are also a major tourist ...