Eglinton

Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Galway

Travel and Rain and Still Great 1st Day

A travel blog entry by craigmorris

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... I did bed check tonight I asked how the kids were doing and what was their favorite. They all replied - having a blast and really enjoyed being with their friends and exploring the historical sites of Ireland.
They are all tired and hope to have a great sleep. Everyone is doing great! Jacob had a bit of motion sickness, but felt better once we got to Galway.


Lots of love to our friends and family. “Talk” to you ...

Let's Hit the Road

A travel blog entry by bwells

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... was off to visit the Cliffs of Moher. We arrived at the bus station a little later than we would've liked only to find out our 9:05 bus out doesn't exist, so we have to catch the next one at 10:30. At least this gave us some time now to go to the shops and get Stephen and me a scarf (of course running into more Franciscan students along the way). With some help from the girls we both were successful in finding one we could rock! Now we're ...

Haven't Slept In Years

A travel blog entry by karanathan

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Wednesday morning brought about another early start, and while we managed to get a good eight hours of sleep the fatigue from prior days was still plaguing us. That didn't matter though as we set out to drive across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to the west coast and the city of Galway.

Galway was more of a resting destination for us as the drive across the two countries was about five hours, six if you throw in the hour we stopped for lunch and the ...

Bound for Galway

A travel blog entry by nicole_gilbert

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... gold ring, depending on how you wear it indicates whether you're single or not so if the local boys are staring at your hands you know why! Off on Day 2 of the tour today ending up in Anascaul in the Kingdom of Kerry. Apparently we're in for a big one at the pub tonight, they have car bomb shots, Guinness with a shot of baileys and Whiskey.....don't know about car bomb but sounds like they'd blow your head off after a few!! Bye ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by nconnormoore

... for me was the outdoor hottub. It was quite chilly out, which made it perfect to enjoy. It overlooked the bay and was quite picturesque and surreal. After this, we drove down to look for the Dingle Farmers Market, but couldn't seem to find it. After a bit of looking, we decided to continue on. Connor Pass was still closed, so we headed up to the ferry at Trabert to take across to Killimer. We drove our car on (something neither of us had done before!) ...

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This hotel, located in Galway, is near Trad on the Prom, Salthill Promenade, Galway Atlantaquaria, and Salthill Beaches.
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