The g Hotel Galway
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... We sat along one of the edges where we enjoyed our lunch and just took in the views. It seemed like every time you walked to a new area, you would look back at the other cliffs and it would be another amazing view! There was a tower called the O'Brien tower, but we did not have time to make it to the other side of the cliffs where that was located. However we got some nice pictures of it in a distance!
After returning to Galway, we had another ...
... town, browsing the various vendors and taking photos where I could. I liked Galway a lot, despite the cold and miserable day. It feels a little touristy in places, but the working harbour is stocked with interesting vessels and the houses were generally quirkier than some parts of Dublin I had seen. My hostel was really cosy too, although the 3 other girls staying with me overshadowed this boon. Later that evening I discovered they were all part of the Paddy ...
... against attackers, but now it is a plateau, in a sense, with grass encircled by dry-stone walls. The view from the cliffs onto the Atlantic was amazing. I sat close to the edge and saw nothing but ocean; it was a peaceful place. Something about the way the grass was growing over the rocks..it looked like someone had placed a blanket of green felt over them.
After meditating on the cliff on Dun Aonghasa, I was primed for a sleepy ...
... out what to do. He called out to the sea god to help him, as the battle was taking place on a beach, but the sea god had better things to do like hang out his laundry or something but he did offer the services of his three warrior daughters. Beautiful they were, they would stop every man dead in their tracks, and they could fight fierce too. What else was Finn to do, he was loosening the battle so he agreed to let them join the fight. They turned the tide of that war ...
... the country when it should only take 3, you'll see huge mountains with hidden and very old sacred roads, an old stone circle with a lot to say, and a dolmen with a capstone weighing many tons.
A place where you'll ask yourself, "how'd they get that capstone there and move the gate stone to the side after ceremony" but ...