Clayton Hotel

Address: Old Monivea Rd, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Old Monivea Rd, Galway, is near Quiet Man Bridge, Kilmacduagh Tower, Royal Tara China Ltd., and Abbeyknockmoy.
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      The west of Ireland

      A travel blog entry by bcurlis on Mar 11, 2014

      This morning we left our hotel and headed west. Our first stop was the Connemara Marble factory. It is hard to believe that all that beautiful marble comes from this small factory. They also have a great gift shop. In the one gift shop a had a peat fire. Smelled great. We them went to Kylemore Abbey. It was built in the 19th century by a Mr Henry …

      We're finally here

      A travel blog entry by bcurlis on Mar 10, 2014


      Sunday afternoon our group boarded a plane at 3:25 for New York City's JFK airport. We had plenty of time to get a bite to eat and do some people watching. At 9:15 we were getting ready to depart for Dublin, Ireland. After a 5 hr and 50 minute plane ride we arrived in Dublin. After we cleared customs, we were met by our tour guide, Dennis O'Connell …

      The Isle of Éire

      A travel blog entry by megan.torgerson on Apr 08, 2013

      8 comments, 14 photos

      ... of fairies and leprechauns, that is when people weren't there climbing around its rocks like we were doing.  Other than my left leg slipping into the water, it was a peaceful day walking around mountain lakes and open green meadows with large draping trees in the middle of them. After five days of non-stop traveling, I was happy to see a familiar face and visited my old college roommate.  We mostly relaxed in Cork, although the party on St. Patrick's Day ...

      The ferry ride to the burren

      A travel blog entry by terrycj on Jul 05, 2012

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... The tour guide turned off the lights to show us what the first explorers had to deal with. The cave went totally black and your eyes couldn't adjust to the blackness. Apparently if you stayed in this blackness for more than 72 hours you will go blind as you will have burnt your retina as it is constantly trying to adjust. It's not like at night where your eyes eventually adjust to the darkness. This is just blackness. Liam did extremely well, he was scared but did not panic. He ...

      At least I didn't blow over.

      A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 11, 2011

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... has made an executive decision that we won't even chance it tomorrow. This is a bit disappointing, as I was really looking forward to seeing Inishmore, but not so much that I would want to risk spending the night there without accommodation!

      We had another group dinner at McSwiggans in the center of Galway. Quite a big restaurant with a western feel to it. We were crammed into three tables, and it got so hot. I had a sweet and spicy sausage appetizer (not as odd as it ...