Connemara Coast Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsConnemara Coast Hotel Furbo
This hotel is a 20 euro taxi to the town centre of Galway.. But has a lot of good facilities for a little stay
It has a Leisure centre, games rooms, pool and heated spa with good coastal views and comfortable rooms
Nice place to stay
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... given the rain and cloud gives it a glum atmosphere. Sunday is Mothers Day at home so hope you all enjoyed your day. We set off for a drive out to explore the area out around Galway Bay. The weather and Martin feeling lousy drove us home early. The short drive we did manage took us along the shores of the bay of Galway. Some areas were filled with sparse grass cover, grey rocks and choppy seas bordering this. It would have been much prettier on a sunnier ...
... after one guest sang “Barbara Allen,” a tall man sitting opposite me told a story about seeing a friend of his at a Clare singing weekend who announced he would sing “Barbara Allen.” When the friend sang, this man could hear a tractor come up behind the singer that was leaving a nearby harvest festival, using onomatopoeic sounds to demonstrate the tractor. Two months later, this man’s friend sang “Barbara Allen” again, ...
... sea for a while but no dolphins. Plenty of statues but no real ones.
Kept walking until I came to the woods - lovely walk through here - came across the Vandeleur Walled Garden - went in - about 2 acres of quite pretty garden. Wandered around and had tea and scone. Then did the long walk back into town. Had another cup of tea and lunch down by the marina. Rain - went and took cover in a cafe and waited for the bus.
About an hour ...
... consisted of “Here is a good pub” and not the advertised “history, mythology, ghosts and other legendary folklore of the region”. When I asked for a recommendation for purchasing jewelry I was given a very rude reply, instead of suggesting that I ask at the hotel desk. At the end of the day there was a letter under the door from Peter with suggested eating places and pubs. ...
... t think so. It's not that they don't have names but I guess it's a ploy to make sure the tourist are interacting with the locals. But it's not so bad getting lost in place like Galway which is beautiful especially when its bright and sunny like it has been for the last couple of days.
I went out for the first time last night not expecting to. I'm not jet-lagged but just still tried and stress makes me sleepy, so I was just going to ...