Address: 47 Devon Park, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | B&B
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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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      Galway - Day 3

      A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... in Kylemore, its actually just out of Letterfrack. So I reprogrammed the Sat Nav for Letterfrack and started in the right direction. Three hours after I started out I finally found Kylemore Abbey. My first veiw of the Abbey was as I crossed a little bridge over Pollcappul Lough. It was just beautiful. I stopped the car on the other side of the bridge and walked back to get a photo. The wind was so strong I nearly got blown off ...

      Ireland: Pros and Cons

      A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 29, 2014

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      ... we went to Bunratty Castle and Folk park. The castle was really cool since it was more historically preserved in the inside, and we got to go all the way to the top. It was however guided so it took much longer than we had time for, which resulted in a shortened period for the folk park. We only covered the part of the park that was back in the direction of the entrance/exit. Well except for Nick, who sped walked as far as he could to take pictures of the village ...

      Goodbye Aoife, hello Galway!

      A travel blog entry by watso on Apr 03, 2014

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      So after an amazing full Irish breakfast prepared by Aoife and her brothers, with some of the best pudding I've ever ate, we head out again toward Cork where we say our farewells to Aoife and go to the bus station to go to Galway. So while we wait for the bus, I decide 5minutes before the bus comes to go in line and surprise, there’s a bunch of people waiting already. ****. Eric comes back from ...

      Shamrocker - Galway

      A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jul 29, 2013

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      ... shelter donation was of higher value. Back to the famine graves, because so many people died they are all buried in mass graves marked with stones above. Very somber and sad place. Moving on from the graves we headed to an ancient burial ground. The old Celtics buried family in these weird stone huts, apparently they used to scatter the country side but as time has gone on they have collapsed. After the burial slabs we headed to a fairy fort. Yes I know it ...

      Dunguaire Castle and Quay Street

      A travel blog entry by mdutcher1 on Jul 26, 2013

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      ... Bay. In the early 17th century the castle passed into the hands of the Martyn’s of Galway. Richard Martyn, Mayor of Galway lived here until 1642 and the Martyn’s of Tulira Castle, owned the castle until this century. In 1924 Dunguaire was bought and repaired by Oliver St. John Gogarty, the famous surgeon and literary figure. This was the time of the great Celtic revival in Irish literature exemplified by the works of writers such ...