Fairhill House Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we sadly left the Dingle Penisula and drove over the highest point in Ireland to Galway. It took us pretty much all day since we went on all the tiny little back roads, and an Irish ferry. Very different from the Washington ferries. We seriously were the last car on, we made it by the skin of our teeth! Along the way we wanted to see the famous cows of Moher. Sure enough we pull up to this packed car lot and ...
... used his credit card to buy myself a Claddagh Ring from the only store that still makes them here!! The city center was PACKED! I was glad I left Mike in the hotel because he would have hated all the crowds. Came back and got ready for dinner. Most of the dinner choices in the hotels are all the same and I m getting pretty tired of hotel restaurant food. I didn't want to deal with the crowds in the city center but I wanted ...
This city definitely lived up to my expectations! It has a population of 75 000 and 30 000 of them are students, so it's a really big university/student town! I can confidently say that so far it's my favorite city with the funnest hostel and great nightlife and people! We got off the train found Eyre Square, walked down shop street and found our cute hostel right in the middle of everything! It's called barnacles. The first night we got to listen to people performing ...
... and walked some more, around the bay area and through the city. It was awesome to discuss the things we've experienced since we last saw each other in Killarney (the day of the foggy Ring of Kerry tour). At one point we parted ways again as she was staying at Kinlay hostel and I was at Barnacles (my third hostel in Galway actually. Kinlay still remains the best one though) but agreed to head to the center at around 8 to go to some pubs.
She brought a ...
... all (haha, not quite, it's just toast every morning).
We woke up feeling a little groggy on Friday morning, but managed to have breakfast and pack up our things in a timely manner. We had to check out of the hostel that morning as we had planned a weekend getaway trip to Galway, which is on the west coast of Ireland. Originally, Monique and I had just planned on going, but since our friendShannon was still in Ireland, all three of us ...