Woodquay Hostel

Address: 23/24 Woodquay Hostel, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, 0000, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 23/24 Woodquay Hostel, Galway, is near Athenry Heritage Centre, Lynch's Castle, The Hill of Maeve, and Battle of Aughrim Interpretative Centre.
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      Ireland - Day 1 to 3

      A travel blog entry by lyndalandtom on Sep 13, 2014

      20 photos

      ... the Kombi and we were on our way!! After long discussions it was decided we would head off to Killybegs on the west coast of the republic of Ireland. We programed the GPS and we hit the road. After 30kms we decided to take a break to get some supplies in Omagh and decided to check the map to see where we were. Uh ohhhhh we had traveled 30kms back in the direction of Belfast! Puzzled at why the GPS would take us in totally the wrong direction we checked it again and ...

      Galway girl, hair was black and her eyes blue....

      A travel blog entry by heatherham on Jun 03, 2014

      6 photos

      ... inland with a bit of drizzle to the bright sunshine of the coastal areas. The coastline through to the most easterly point was magnificent. Although I thought everything to date didn't measure up to what we have been seeing, I doubt if this can be bettered. The blue in the bright sunshine was beyond words and the lack of regimentation from tourist areas just made it magical. Sheep and cattle grazed up to the road, springs poured out of ...

      Let's Hit the Road

      A travel blog entry by bwells on Jan 29, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... some good pubs were where we could hang out and hear some real live Irish music. We first try out The King's Head which turned out to be more American country music (including Wagon Wheel and some Johnny Cash). So after a bit we head down the road a little bit to a pub who's name I cannot read or pronounce. Even though we didn't stay for long because of how crowded it was (they did have a real Irish band, complete with a fiddle), we ...


      A travel blog entry by docdavid on Sep 15, 2013

      7 photos

      ... to a recommendation from Kylie's friend). This is a modern take on traditional Irish food, and it was superb. I had roast pigeon breast, beef, and plum upside down cake, all with a bottle of Malbec. The waiter warned me that there might be lead pellets in the pigeon because "it had been shot". Initially, I thought he was joking, but I realised he wasn't when I chewed down on a small lead pellet!! A great meal - I left very ...

      A Tale Of Two Halves

      A travel blog entry by tomrohlf on Jun 09, 2012

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... town.  While looking for a place to stay in Galway for the night we kept hearing the same thing, "we're full.". After failed attempt number 3 we asked if there was a special event going on in town. Turns out, Mumford & Sons was playing an outdoor festival just a few miles from us later on that evening. Now it was my turn to be ecstatic, while jumping for joy in ...