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A beautiful collection of 19th century books, including bound volumes of the famous satirical magazine Punch, has returned home to historic Turlough Park, now the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life.
Lough Lannagh in Castlebar will be a hive of activity this weekend with the annual Love Lannagh festival taking over the picturesque lake in the heart of the town.
Is it just me, or is classical French cooking coming back into fashion? Three new French restaurants that I know of have opened in the county in the last while, so there must be something in it. When I think of France, I think of their favourite ingredient, onions.
So what is Plogging you say? It’s the latest fitness trend taking the world by storm! The concept originated in Sweden, instead of jogging past litter, you take a bag with you and pick it up! Not only does this benefit the environment, but you’re also incorporating squats and lunges into your jog without even realizing. Who would say no to more burned calories?
Ireland West Airport has welcomed the news from TUI Ireland that holidays to both Costa Dorada and Majorca will return for 2019.
Holidays to Mexico’s Caribbean coast are about more than sombreros and slammers. Prepare for white-sand beaches, bright blue seas, and those mysterious cities of gold.
Classic dining restaurant AJLA in Clarinbridge is a new venture by the team behind PoppySeed Gourmet Cafés. AJLA combines casual and elegant dining. Enjoy evening dinner, all-day brunch, or breakfast in the restaurant, or simply sit and relax at the wine bar and enjoy a pouring glass and mezze board.
It has been a whirlwind two and a half years for owners Rebecca and Kevin Tan of Papa Rich Street Food Kitchen.
No 15 on the Square Restaurant at Hotel Meyrick is bursting with flavour this April. Having been awarded an AA rosette for culinary excellence last year, this is a restaurant that is going from strength to strength and really stands out from the crowd. Serving great food with excellent service, No 15 showcases the warm welcome and top quality product that is at the heart of Hotel Meyrick and everything the professional team strive for and achieve many times over.
Local Galway city enterprise Mary's Fish is going from strength to strength. It has moved to a new and much bigger premises just off the Old Monivea Road in Ballybrit. This new location is across from McGreal's Mace shop on the road between the Clayton Hotel Galway and the Nissan garage.