Lady Gregory Hotel

Address: Ennis Road, Gort, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ennis Road, Gort, is near Coole Park, Galway Golf Club, Thoor Ballylee, and Kiltartan Gregory Museum.
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      Connemara

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... 160; Then Kylemore Abbey, once a private house, built in 1920, then a school for girls. The Benedictine nuns fled there from Ypres. It is now just a convent for the nuns. Victorian walled gardens for next time.   Beautiful scenery of Connemara National Park - mountains and lakes, on a beautiful sunny day, as we drove on to Clifden. Stopped at the site where Alcock and Brown landed ...

      3. My Last Wonderful, Crazy and Loaded Weekend!

      A travel blog entry by lauriedeschenes on Apr 03, 2014

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      ... perfect. The horizon was also beautiful. In front of us the ocean was infinite. We could see some islands further. I felt like I was at the right place at the right time.

      I found the next farm I will be WWOOFing for next Monday. I am still thinking, since the farm is located near Cork, about visiting Cork a little before going to the farm. I will keep you informed about this place very soon. Unfortunately, I will maybe miss the birth of the baby sheep because I ...

      Cliffs, Farms, & Doolin

      A travel blog entry by britanne on Jul 09, 2013

      23 photos

      ... Irish history, so he does Burren walking tours to the top of the "mountain" because he owns the two behind his farm. The farm is absolutely beautiful! There are tons of limestone rocks, so the farmers will use these to build fences because they have to remove them anyways. This method makes the farms and villages look adorable and make it seem like you're in a fairy tale. When we were done climbing the mountain you could go to grandma's ...

      First Day at Work

      A travel blog entry by simonv on Jun 11, 2012

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... they can break the development into smaller enough portions to test it as part of a user story. After further discussion, they all began to understand but we will go through some real examples tomorrow to better show them how to get it done.
      When discussing roles, I shared with them some of the challenges we had trying to take existing resources and roles and placing them in their new agile roles. For example some development managers have became great Scrum Masters while ...

      Southern Ireland: Back to My Irish Roots

      A travel blog entry by kurtmills on Jun 08, 2012

      185 photos

      ... shame. The Irish can surely sing. I had a great dinner of fish and chips and my first Guiness (and first dark beer). I surprisingly liked it more than most of the other beers I’ve had and I’m not usually a big fan of any beer.

      Galway lies within the Gaelic speaking region of Ireland, so I was able to hear a little 'Irish' spoken on the streets. I later learned in Dublin that all-Gaelic schools are starting to become en vogue, because the public ...