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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... of the readily available information on local attractions and find that, almost by accident, we are right in the centre of the Boyne Valley, which just happens to contain some of the most significant heritage sites in Ireland.
We exit the now crowded car park, trying to ignore the “I told you so” looks beaming from one member’s face, and head to the first choice, which we named Monster Boys because we can’t pronounce ...
... it up in the second half. I should go to be but I will stay up to watch the game.
This is definitely the strangest way I have every watched a game but it is worth it. I would hate to miss a chance to get a first look at this year's team. I am sure it will take the defense some time to settle in but I expect the Huskers to score a lot of points!
Tomorrow I am headed back to Dublin for a day trip ...
... so rainy I didn't want to ruin the camera.
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... came up so being there was goodness.
This ended up being a late night, especially for Tom who joined a few others for drinks at John O’Dea’s pub after the dinner at which we had already had some surprisingly nice wine. When Ruth asked one of the other late drinkers what time he’d finished up he would admit only to "twenty past".
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So its been a little while since I've
written anything so there is a lot to tell. From the last entry it
sounded a bit down but now everything has turned around. No more
awkward moments unless beer is involved. I have moved out of the
hostel ages ago and am comfortably moved into my new house. It's at
the end of a quiet street about ten to fifteen minuets from school
and about twenty minuets from town. The area is called Newcastle,