Imperial Hotel Galway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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2015 09 20 Ireland Sunday Galway to Sligo Almara House had us chose either an 8am or 9am sitting for breakfast, we chose 8am as we wanted to be on the road early. I had a rough morning with a crook oyster and we were still getting dressed at 8.08am when our host knocked on the bedroom door enquiring if we were coming to breakfast. We confirmed we were and were down stairs on the double. I could approach my less than 100% physical health by skipping breakfast or going the ...
So last nights fun definitely caught up to us this morning. Slept passed all of our early alarms. Guess our plan of getting an early start is out the window! We take our time getting ready and pack up and get out the door at 9:30. We pop into the grocery store and got some bread and Powerade. Nate tried to buy a hangover beer but we were shocked when the lady said they don't sell alcohol before 12:30 on Sunday's! What! Come on Ireland! So ...
... abroad for a semester. Cool people, I successfully talked them into reducing their planned week-long trip in Brussels to three days.
Ireland isn't the best for vegetarians. I found out on the trip that Juliane didn't eat meat either, so we were in the same predicament. I think we had pizza three nights in a row, and even when a restaurant had other options they weren't much better. It reminded me of my Croatia trip where ...
... that sweet little town. We visited a cathedral in Galway, beautiful, one of the most beautiful I have ever been. I lit two candles, thanked the amazing experience I have had. I asked God to bless my journey going forward and to protect the people I love and are far from me. That place was too special. I could feel the presence of God in my heart. And no, I'm not Catholic. But little I care "Temple", respect and admire each one. Was only a "means" to be able to speak with him, ...
... to a language exchange meeting at a bar in Quay Street. We came across it through the couch surfing website and thought that it'd be good to check it out. We want to work on our Spanish a bit before we head to South America towards the end of the year. It was held at a cool little venue called Kelly's Bar and there was a group of about 10 people there, split into smaller groups depending on what language they wanted to work on. We sat in the ...