Flannery's Hotel Galway
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to the temperature getting above 20 degrees there. I think it was about 25 degrees that day and the windows in the bus didn't open. The air got so thick that I thought I was going to pass out! Oxygen deprived and sweating, we couldn't get there quick enough. The bus ride was about 3 hours long. I had great intentions of using the time to catch up on this blog but felt that my energy was better spent on staying alive. Finally, we pulled up at the cliffs, the bus ...
... won out in the end. I hope the pics due it justice. Very plain but lovely and reeealy old. Reminds me (in a larger gothic sense) of the missions in Calif. Then drove the "Connamara loop". "Connor" for the kings that once ruled; "mar" for the sea (like the french "mer"). Wow, really pretty. Rolling hills with: yes, green, rocks, forests, lochs, fiords, sheep and cows. Very picturesque. Went to a Manor House for lunch by a lake. Great ...
... of the hostels themselves have usually been great. The hostel we stayed at in Galway had amazing facilities and was very clean. But our favourite hostel quality can also be the worst hostel quality. Sometimes the people we stay with, or the "guest factor", does not go in our favour. First, I will tell you about some great people we met. Shortly after Jess and I first came into the hostel, we were treated to some amazing piano ...
Jet lag is a funny thing. It seems to be one of those things that either hits you or doesn't. You hear all these theories people have about sleeping on the plane, or not sleeping, or forcing yourself to stay awake during the correct hours of the destination... but really, none of it works. My theory is that if you are going on a holiday for a short period, ...
... off. I tried to keep up, but gave up as I realized it was long gone. Even the other tourist felt bad for us. Ugh!!! We were stuck on this island! I could feel the island fever set in! I wanted off this island! Next ferry was 3 hours, I could only see myself drinking at a nearby pub to pass the time. I figured I would have to be okay with being stuck here, not like I could do anything about it as the ferry was by no way going to be flagged down now. I felt like Tom Hanks, all ...