Flannery's Hotel Galway
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... are divided by rock walls mostly built in the Aran style - built with gaps in the walls to let the harsh wind to blow through without knocking down the wall. I wish I had taken pictures of these fields divided by the rock walls because there were so many and they were so small! Most are not used for anything. Today about 800 people live on this island where the people largely depend on tourism for income.
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... on the bed researching where we might eat, it appears to be her favourite pastime. More later. Dog tired after a long day we wandered into town to Oscars restuarant, a seafood plcae on the other side of the river. Once again really nice food. Great chowder and a prawnd dish with noodles for me and Carol chowed down on some fish cakes and ????? all washed down with a nice half bottle of Chilean white wine. Crashed at ...
... her daughters. It's no longer a boarding school since the recession in Ireland and people not being able to pay to send their kids but what a stunning building it is with a statue of Jesus set half way up the mountain overlooking it and the little lough it sits on. I have officially seen my first fairy tree, had my first taste of black pudding, experienced possibly one to many pints of cidar whilst cheering on with ...
... if only for its distance from the hustle and bustle of Quay Street and Eyre Square. This hang out is a great place to check out if you're looking for a dj and dancing. It may not be the most obvious first choice, but there's something about the place...
Spanish Arch Hotel - Pubs in Ireland close surprisingly early. Like 1am early, everyone out! If you find yourself staying in a Hotel with a residents bar, you can keep going into ...
... tour yesterday was Kylemore Abbey build as a castle in the mid 19C, became an international school for girls run by the Benedictine Nuns in 1922 up until 2010, and now is open to the public although the Nuns still reside there. There is a restored, walled Victorian garden which once had 21 glass houses to grow such exotic fruits as bananas and peaches, a gothic style church and a mausoleum.
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