Ross Lake House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ross Lake House Hotel Oughterard
Travel Blogs from Oughterard
... the other, and said hoe Michael Furey, the character from Joyce’s The Dubliners was really buried in Galway, and you can check it uout! So that was cool, and I got home to get a FB message from a friend of mine back home who was having a really bad day, so I stayed up a bit more with him and helped him out and listened, and sent him mmy best, he’s one of my best friends, and I can’t wait to rocknroll with him again this summer.
I forgot to say that ...
... at the cliffs edge with just the ocean in front of her - if you are going to meditate this may as well be the place. You could see for ever in every direction and I can see why it made a good base for a fort. The weather turned around 2:30PM and we had a wet ride back to return the bikes. We warmed up and then all of us went to dinner at the Pier Restaurant.A good day considering the weather we could have had the entire day versus just half of it. ...
... so much time getting oriented with the place, and so much energy trying not to divert into vacation mode, that the whole day seemed a bit frivilous. But it was necessary. Besides, we had a blast walking around and shooting the ****, having the craic. The city is so full of life, man. Touristy, sure. A little hipster, definitely. Seems to be a ton of fun.
After hitting up the store on our way home, I realized I had lost my Ireland phone. Bummed me the ...
... Galway so he managed to throw us on another tour companies bus and we were off on another 2 hour trip to Galway, Kasey sat up with the driver in the loser chair haha and they were cracking jokes the whole time and I sat up the back of the bus with the cool kids from Sydney, although one of them thought I was from Ireland I'm like dam the curse of the red hair they just stereotype me should of died my hair because I can't keep getting asked if I'm Irish ...
... placed on the environment there, though. I guess they're really interested in the erosion of the cliffs and the marine life nearby and stuff, because when we went in the visitor centre, everything was all natury.
Then we did a nice coastal drive around Galway Bay. We ended up going through an area that was called the Burren. I'm sure my geologist friends could tell me how it was formed ...