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 Little Mill Museum.
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      Limerick - Galway Bay

      A travel blog entry by dlester on Sep 03, 2014

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      ... our instincts. My trusty navigator, Michelle had the maps in hand because "Eunie " went into meltdown again but before long we found our destination. This is our last stop in Ireland.

      Our apartment overlooks the water and it's nice to be able to look out on it. Staff were on hand to greet us and without being luxurious..the apartment is very comfy. ...

      Moher Cliffs

      A travel blog entry by richandgretchen on Jul 01, 2014

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      ... path. It was an amazing 2 hour walk! Some of us took the high road and others the low road. I was like hiking in the Rockies on a narrpw path alond the very edge of the cliffs. The views of the cliff, rocks and water in the Eastern Atlantic Ocean were breathtaking! When we would stand, lean forward agains the rock wall and just listen to the birds sing and water hit the rocks, it produced a ...

      Welcome to Potatoe Land

      A travel blog entry by littlebucket on Feb 15, 2014

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      As the rain in London wasn't enough for me I went for a weekend trip to the Republic of Ireland.
      We arrived in Galway in the late afternoon and we went out for dinner to "Riordan's", a small , where I asked for some typical Irish food and got potatoes with potatoes and extra potatoes ...( I don't wanna say that Irish people love potatoes... but they do :D )


      Galway Charm

      A travel blog entry by kingmilo on Jul 03, 2013

      34 photos

      ... 1958 but it has a Renaissance look, all grey stone and a single dome. I would have loved to hear their choir, as their reportoire covers everything from Gregorian chants to traditional Irish tunes. Apparently they perform only at the 11:00 mass ...

      A whirlwind west coast weekend.

      A travel blog entry by luckylindey on Sep 24, 2012

      40 photos

      ... rock. And if that rock is broken up, the people there have used it to make short walls, like mini break walls all over, to separate plots of land. It's just very odd, but it was explained that they can't really do much more with all of the rocks than build walls, and in order to put any type of water lines into the ground, they have to dig through. I found my favorite place after a hike up to Dun Aonghasa. It was once a stone fort ...