Flannery's Bed & Breakfast

Address: 54 Dalysfort Road, Salthill, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 54 Dalysfort Road, Salthill, Galway, is near Salthill Promenade, Galway Atlantaquaria, Salthill Beaches, and Leisureland.
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Travel Blogs from Galway

Day 3 - Shamrocker - Can't see a thing!

A travel blog entry by younge.zytynsky on May 14, 2014

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... it through the famine.... really pointless walls.

We all love seeing cliffs, even if they are not the right ones and hop on to the bus happy. Now off to Galway.

Our hostel is in the centre of the city and has won a ton of awards. So far it is great. Tonight we are going to some pubs and will possibly meet 6 people who will join our group.

We head to one pub, pretty tight, but we manage to cram around a small table and chat and drink. The empty ...

Galway Hooker

A travel blog entry by watso on Apr 04, 2014

2 comments, 24 photos

So today, Eric really wanted to go see the cliffs of Moher and since I had already been in 2009, we decided to split up for the day as I wanted to explore Galway a bit more and relax a bit. So I bought a Galway Hooker and went for a stroll along the Galway bay. Lots of clouds, it was supposed to rain. Well guess what. No rain at all! Luck #8. So the hooker and I walked and walked until I Kicked the wall at the end of ...

Galway's Nightlife

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Dec 17, 2013

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We slept in for ages today, waking up briefly when Sean left to go to the Cliffs of Mohor, then when we finally woke up we hung out and chatted with Larisa while we got ready, which got a little bit D&Mish and full on, then when we were ready we headed out. We walked down to the supermarket, via getting lost on the wrong side of the Christmas markets, and it was so cold out there! (Larisa was wearing shorts too... Oops!) When ...


A travel blog entry by britanne on Jul 08, 2013

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... foreigners and not Irish. Boy did we meet a lot of Americans in the bar. Don't get me wrong, I love my Americans...I just don't want to talk to them when I'm in Ireland. I would much rather talk to the locals. We headed to this other bar, with some of the Americans and it wasn't busy at all. Michelle and I started talking to the bartender, because least he was Irish. :) Afterwards we ended up at this club where Michelle and I hung out with these two Iriah guys. They ...

Arrival to the Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by mcnamarakat on Jun 16, 2013

... people of Newgrange built a Stone Age passage tomb in 3200 BC. There are many different beliefs about its purpose so our tour guide said we could decide for ourselves why 80 men pulled 97 huge flat stones 80km to this hill. My favorite is to mark winter solstice. The tomb entryway is built at exactly the correct angle that the sun (on a clear not so cloudy Ireland day) rises precisely with the first rays going ...

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