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Travel and Rain and Still Great 1st Day

A travel blog entry by craigmorris


... there. They ate - seafood chowder, sandwiches, wraps, fish and chips etc… That turned out to be a lot of fun despite the weather. It was sunny and rainy all at the same time.

We drove to Galway though beautiful country side - lush green fields, many farm animals and “fairy” bushes…. We checked in are staying at the Eyre Square Hotel. After a delicious dinner of Melon appetizer or cream of vegetable ...

Let's Hit the Road

A travel blog entry by bwells


... way. Now, although we were on the main strip all the souvenir and clothing shops were closed and had been closed since 5:30, way earlier than back at home. This was kinda a bummer because me and Stephen were lookin to get ourselves our first scarves. We figure that since we're in Europe it's almost a requirement to have a scarf when it gets cold (luckily we have the two girls with us to help us pick one out). Later on we ask our hostel ...

Dublin----> Galway

A travel blog entry by ccruff


... for good weather for us! A group of Germans in our room said they went today and it was so rainy they couldn't even see the ocean! Also, keeping my family, friends and hometown in your prayers. It's hard to hear news of your town being devastated by flooding while you're Away from home. It slightly takes away from this wonderful experience. None the less, Colorado will pull through like a beast, just like she always does. Hugs and kisses from Galway! ...

Bound for Galway

A travel blog entry by nicole_gilbert


... last year. There a fly fisherman in the river catching massive salmon to take home. We then toured around a lake called Lough Corrib, through Connemarra and the bogs where they traditionally farm Peat to burn. There are sheep everywhere, just sitting in the middle of the road sometimes. We stopped at this beautiful Abbey in Kyalmore which is owned by Nuns who turned it in the a boarding school where famous people like ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by nconnormoore


... seemed easy! The drive down was quite a bit easier, although still quite beautiful. We drove back to Galway, enjoying the scenic roads. We got back and were a bit tired, so ate at our hotel. I had a steak sandwich on ciabatta with onions, and my mom had pork medallions with carrots and potatoes. The steak was tender, and the bread delicious- I was quite happy with it. The pork was good, but not great (a bit dry), while the sides were excellent. The prices were reasonable as ...

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This B&B, located on 47 Devon Park, Galway, is near Trad on the Prom, Salthill Promenade, Galway Atlantaquaria, and Salthill Beaches.
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