Villa Pio Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... second house is a b&b. after settling into our room, drove to Cliffs of Moher. Many people out there admiring the scenery and the information centre. Back at Doolin, went to McDermott's Pub for dinner and some Irish music. Chatted to Bernard and Chris on Skype before settling down for the ...
... actually in the mood to go out. So I braved the rain, walked into town, and found a dodgy, beaten old pub to have dinner in. The kind of pub where the locals stare at you, wondering who this strange person is. I was beginning to think those didn't exist in Ireland anymore -- every pub I'd been into to this point had always had a loud group of middle aged American tourists loudly carrying on in the concern. Of course the locals were probably thinking, 'who is this bloody tourist in ...
We have heard so many good things about Galway that we decide to brave the city,
but because the Easter weekend starts today, it is so overcrowded. With
absolutely no parking or even moving space whatsoever we did the right thing
and fled towards Lough Corrib in ...
... When I ordered Fish & Chips, the fish was served over mushy peas. The mushy peas looked a lot like the baby food I used to feed my kids. Not bad but I don't think I will order them every time. I chose to eat in a Pub (The King's Head) that was established in 1649. There were some of original stone walls exposed in the building. When I think about how old this pub is, I really understand the difference ...
When arrived back in Cong, instead of boarding the bus and going straight back to Galway, we stopped in front of pub and were given an hour to explore. I went inside and ordered a Smithwick’s and some vegetable soup. Before long, I saw a group of older American men walk in wearing what I recognized as a fireman’s badge. In Ireland, there are fire and police patches plastered to the walls of almost every local pub, commemorating the large number of ...