Glenlo Abbey Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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I left Dublin yesterday morning and hopped a bus to Galway, on the West Coast of Ireland. Getting out of the city was really nice - Galway is a beautiful town full of art and fishermen. I checked in to my hostel, grabbed lunch, and then went on a free walking tour of the city. Absolutely fantastic tour! Ronan (our guide) has grown up here, and spent over 2 hours telling us history and personal ...
... either half a glass of whisky or a small bottle of wine :/ The wedding day was lovely, the rain that had been threatening never arrived and everything went off perfectly. The ceremony was in the Knockaroo Church (which was lovely) and was very catholic and Irish, with lots of Irish music played by one of the families that live across the road from debs (the kids were so talented, playing the harp, accordion, flute, drums and every other ...
... some godforsaken place in Spain and now Ireland. Anyway a couple of locals pull up and provide all the help we needed in arranging for a guy to come with his truck equpped with compressor and before you know the spare is on and we are on our way. Eddie our host tips us into a mate of his at a tyre shop and we are back as good as new minus a few Euros. What is planned for tonight, more Guinness and music and dinner. Carol ...
Drove to Gallway city and then to Woodford to meet up with someone from the West Gallway Genealogical Society. At some point after this the gps changed my mind on where to go but I think I was halfway back to Killarney when it decided I was were I should be. I drove back to Galway City through some of the twistiest, uneven, narrow lane ways I would ever want to drive ...
... Oirr, or Small Island. It took us about half an hour to get to the island, then the boys took me straight to the pub. We had a drink and some lunch, and I met Aussies, Americans and people from all over the world in this tiny pub on a tiny island in the middle of nowhere. Then we got a 'taxi' (a horse and trap!) to another pub, but I wandered off to check out some of the island before I turned into an alcoholic. I climbed a hill and got some great photos, but again, ...