Clayton Hotel

Address: Old Monivea Road, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Old Monivea Road, Galway, is near Quiet Man Bridge, Kilmacduagh Tower, Royal Tara China Ltd., and Abbeyknockmoy.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Clayton Hotel Galway

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    Travel Blogs from Galway

    Portrush to Galway

    A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Jul 26, 2013

    7 photos

    ... new testament and the idea was that the people would be told the stories by the priests and the cross would be a trigger for them to remember.

    Back to Cookstown we again had difficulty finding the road across to Enniskillen via Omagh, off which was a restored Beetling Mill. Something to do with softening linen. Given my families history in the linen industry in Scotland, it sounded interesting (my GGGGG Grandfather had managed the linen bleaching ...

    Finals in Ireland - A New Experience

    A travel blog entry by kwichman on Dec 06, 2012

    1 comment

    ... I was just sitting and staring ahead when the exam ended (5 min late too). Right when they called time, an invigulator was standing next to me and took my exam right away. So, I stood up and walked out of the gym. I was sitting in the very front corner of the gym and probably passed 200 students and 30 invigulators as I walked out of the gym. I started heading down the hallway to the door when someone finally stopped me and informed me ...

    First Day at Work

    A travel blog entry by simonv on Jun 11, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... t like it as much. This has to be considered when taking on a change like this. You have to chose carefully to ensure full buy-in from the team.

    The two biggest items I will not be able to solve this week is how they can begin to move toward more automation testing with the existing skill set of the testing group they use and how to they move closer to a daily build of code. To solve these items, we will have to get buy-in from some of the support infrastructure ...

    And now for something completely different...

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Jul 24, 2011

    29 photos

    ... holes in the limestone that the water drains straight down. There are areas where water does collect when it’s been rainy, similar to lakes. But they are called turloughs.

    A unique feature of The Burren is that it is also glaciated. So the glaciers have exposed all of the limestone bedrock. There are some areas that have flat limestone “pavements”, but there are also mountains that have been scraped down to the ...

    Flying Boats and Rainy Cliffs

    A travel blog entry by albertine on Oct 22, 2010

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... lovely Bunratty Castle.

    Now on to the highlight of the day - the wet and wild Cliffs of Moher - a spectacular spot where the cliffs rise hundreds of feet above the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Just our luck, as we were approaching the area, the heavens opened and the renowned 'soft Irish rain' gave way to torrential buckets of rain to add to the Moher experience! ...