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... We saw the 16th century Spanish Arch, originally a bastion added to the town walls to protect merchant ships from looting. It was called Spanish Arch because the Spanish merchant galleons used to dock there.
We visited Galway Cathedral, located on Nun's Island, on the west bank of the River Corrib. It was built between 1958 and 1965 on the site of the former city jail - so a very new Cathedral! Robert didn't like it - too new and ...
... 8221;, so and my God it was 14 euros for an audlt, imagine a poor family having to go, anyways, so susan said ‘ahhh yes emm we live in Kylemore and were hoping to get in for free”, and your woman says “oh? You live in Kylemore? Year round? Who’re your parents, you’re full time resicents?”, and susan said “yep, Carmel is my mother and we live there with our grandmother”, and your woman says, “ahh carmel! Yes, you got it ...
... bars! Neither myself, Annie, Shelby or Emilly got a golden ticket though :(
We had a lovely dinner at a pub before heading to another pub where we joined the rest of the group for a couple of pints and a game of Kings Cup before listening to a live band.
Had a semi-early night as the next day was a big one!
... it through the famine.... really pointless walls.
We all love seeing cliffs, even if they are not the right ones and hop on to the bus happy. Now off to Galway.
Our hostel is in the centre of the city and has won a ton of awards. So far it is great. Tonight we are going to some pubs and will possibly meet 6 people who will join our group.
We head to one pub, pretty tight, but we manage to cram around a small table and chat and drink. The empty ...
... on rocks in the river or on the bank. They were much more patient than I would have been.
For the next few hours I meandered the streets and laneways taking time out to visit Eyre Square, the Claddagh (harbour) and the Spanish Quarter. I stopped around lunchtime to enjoy a cup of tea and a scone in Cupna Tae, a quaint little tearoom that reminded me quite a bit of Miss Marple’s in the Dandenongs. Leaving there, I 'bumped into’ Galway library ...
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