Byrnes Restaurant and Accommodation
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... was going into the Galway Cathedral. Now I am far from being religious, but looking around at the people in the Cathedral worshiping (and some sleeping - not naming any names), was a lovely experience. I felt at peace there and I really enjoyed just sitting in the Cathedral and thinking. The outside of the Cathedral, in my opinion, wasn't much to look at, but the inside was beautiful. I found it kind of peculiar, however, that there was a gift shop in the middle ...
... in the world and consists of exposed limestone, which supports flowers and wildlife that are native and only exist there, surrounded the pier.
When we walked down close to the water to wait, suddenly the other tourists started pointing at the water. "Dolphin!" I shrieked clapping my hands. My reaction to seeing the dorsal fin rise out of the water was the exact same as the five year old German child standing next to me. We spent the next twenty minutes or so until the ...
Gus (Austin) said that he never met any of his Grandparents siblings; i understand that none of them made it into their teens. His father Pat was a gardener at the precurser to the Falls Hotel (McNamara House, of Dylan Thomas and Caitlin Macnamara fame) where he met Josephine Ferris who was a domestic consumption manager (or similar fancy term for a maid)?. ...
... ruin (Temlecronan church), which was in the middle of a pasture. Most of the ruins are in or around pastures and there is always a sheep or cow nearby. The ruin was small and had two small graves.
We headed towards Ennis to our hotel. Ennis is a working town. It had cute one lane roads and side alleys that had hidden shops. We were stayed at the Old Ground Hotel. This hotel was a much older hotel. Our room was a decent size with all the normal ...
... its best - the islands around look spectacular in the pics but we couldn't see them.
Galway was very prosperous in the old sea faring days but was decimated along with many other areas of Ireland in the potato famine days. In fact very little remains of the Elizabethan prosperity and most building is Victorian. However there is a "Spanish Arch" down by the waterfront which was erected to keep the pilferers away from the Spanish galleons moored at the docks! The main square ...