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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... the top of that mountain.
The city, with its golden-roofed palaces, churches, and towers, may at times be seen shining far below the surface. Once in every seven years it rises above the waves. But beware!! It is said that those who catch a glimpse of this ...
... completely without allowing any bad thoughts, fears or doubt even penetrate my thinking for even a second, when I spend a day doing only good deeds and good thinking would he grant me with a jewel that would symbolise my enlightenment. He also explained that all my stomach and bowel problems would dissipate at this time and that although I had never before been aware as my mind was thinking to narrowly and objectively that each time my stomach groans or moans it ...
I was so excited to head to Galway today. I had heard such great things about it being the party capital of Ireland, so we were all pumped for a big night. Oh how money can change things....
Firstly we spent the morning in Cong at the 1200 AD Abbey which was quite remarkable, and connected into the national park which was so green and had loads of nature trails I would have loved to have walked but didn't have the time. That is one thing I definitely ...
... so thought I would go for a detour, on and on and on, but then another lovely spot even without sun - looking over to the Holy Island. Thought for a moment of taking the rowboat over there but decided against it.
Drove on to Scarriff where I stopped on the bridge for some photos then headed on the Feakle. On the road before Feakle I came to another little bridge got out and saw a very lovely stream ...
... idea. I had to take a breather every 5 minutes because the 15km bike ride was turning me green.
On a positive note the exercise must have accelerated the hangover.
Once up on the ruins, which was also a hike the view out over the cliffs was amazing.
Second lesson of the day was to always look in front of you when you are riding. The banter between Jess and Mandy was hilarious that day and I may have turned to look at Jess ...