Woodquay Hostel

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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    Travel Blogs from Galway

    Day 3 - Shamrocker - Can't see a thing!

    A travel blog entry by younge.zytynsky on May 14, 2014

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    ... us that it is bad luck to enter the centre of the fort, but that we may do so if we want. The centre holds a log where people have been placing coins to make wishes. I stick to the outside of the fort and Nick wanders into the middle. Soon people follow him, except i think 3 or 4 of us. They all make a wish and then we head back to the bus, thanking the Fairies as we leave for allowing us to visit their home. It is still very very very foggy.

    Our next stop is an ...

    Arrival to the Emerald Isle

    A travel blog entry by mcnamarakat on Jun 16, 2013

    Our first day in Ireland!! We made the journey across the Atlantic then figured out how to turn on the rental car, then we were off! Coming in from the sky, you can't help but notice the rolling emerald green hills. They continued after only 2 minutes leaving the airport. We first went up 1 hour north of Dublin to visit Bru na Boinne. 500 years before the Egyptian Pyramids and 1000 years before Stonehenge, ...

    Cliffs of Moher

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Jun 12, 2013

    21 photos

    ... it was number 1 in the charts here for about five weeks! It was hilarious, (and rude, don't look it up grandma!!) it was called Horse Outside. Hilarious. From Bunratty, we headed to the Cliffs of Moher for some ridiculously breathtaking scenery. It kind of reminded me a bit of some of the cliffs around the Great Ocean Road, except it was much greener, and the cliffs themselves were more black colours than browns. We had a walk around looking over the cliffs. The atmosphere ...


    A travel blog entry by tippins_rufio on Mar 12, 2013

    137 photos

    ... to the next pub, Murphy's, which also boasted an older male crowd placing their bets. We stopped in for one last pint at Garavan's before turning in for the night. On the walk home we were able to relive college memories as we watched hordes of university students pile into the late night clubs amid the bartering of promoters handing out admission bands for 3 euro.The rest of the way we reminisced about our younger days before collapsing into our beds.

    Cliffs of ...

    6 months in Galway, the vibrant city of the West

    A travel blog entry by willou on Jan 16, 2012

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    ... is packed and the atmosphere is really friendly, you can easily talk to people and people easily come to talk to you. Ireland is also for sure the country of the pub and the biggest and more beautiful pubs I have ever seen were in Galway. An example is the Quays, a pub in Quays street (the continuation of Shop Street) where we used to go a lot with friends. The first time we saw this pub, we thought when standing outside that it was a small pub because we just see the ...