Ross Lake House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... are sandy, others are rocky. There is a series of diving boards at the far end and even children jumping off them, though we had our rain jackets on! Had dinner in a restaurant back in Galway that was in this lovely old building with huge wooden beams and wooden features throughout. An interesting building in design. Hugely popular and it was fascinating watching the staff in action. The maître'D was amazing the way she kept so calm, yet on top of all going ...
... museum was really small and there wasn't much to see but it was fun. It was right near the canal and the view was really nice. After we walked back and spotted a little candy shop and went in for some treats. Then we went and sat in the Eyre park that's right near our hostel. We got really lucky with the weather because it was sunny all day today. Then we can back to the hostel to start re ...
... the parish of Kilmacreehy. The parish takes its name from an early Irish Saint Macreehy who, according to folk legend, killed a great eel that came ashore to feast on corpses from the cemetery of his church which lies just beyond the village ...
... in Ireland. The skies were brilliant blue with white, fluffy clouds and the sun shone cheerfully. I'll post pictures, but know that they only capture about 1/4 of it!
We saw everything on our tour. My Irish obsession is the stone fences. People fashion them out of stone and don't use any sort of adhesive and guess what? THEY STAY. The temperamental weather can't even touch them; the wind blows right through. Although, our tour guide did say that cows and ...
... kinda laughed at first and then comically sobered into teary eyes as the epic song harmonized with the epic ocean of green before us. The landscape is truly the stuff of legend. If you can imagine 40 different shades of green, this palate contained every one. We explored ancient castles and abbeys, rolling hills and gushing rivers. We then had a choice to see a tomb from 3000 BC or visit the “mini cliffs,” where one could sit right ...