Imperial Hotel Galway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... clinic – I guess no one really wants to schedule a physio appointment after the weekend, cough, think Ireland, hm, so we were done by 2:30 or "half 2", so I did some cycling and went all around St. Anne’s park which is this huge! Park near my house, and I had the lovely sun on my back cycling around and there were loads of dogs out and parents out with their children on this crazy playground area in the park, and I just cycled around and around, mapmyrun said I ...
... Tuam and then into Galway.
Pick of the bunch so far in Ireand is Galway - great town and lots of Irish Music. We spent the next few hours just wandering the centre of the city and the streets. Joe had a typical Irish guinness stew for dinner tonight.
Staying in another B&B tonight on the ocean front hosted by Brenda. Very welcoming and made us a coffee and cake when we arrived.
Next stop America!
... there. They ate - seafood chowder, sandwiches, wraps, fish and chips etc… That turned out to be a lot of fun despite the weather. It was sunny and rainy all at the same time.
We drove to Galway though beautiful country side - lush green fields, many farm animals and “fairy” bushes…. We checked in are staying at the Eyre Square Hotel. After a delicious dinner of Melon appetizer or cream of vegetable ...
... local floods). We then ventured to Galway cathedral and had a look inside, stunning architecture! Completely different style to all of the other cathedrals we have visited. Stunning marble floors and the organ was phenomenal! We wandered around to the Galway shopping centre and got a few supplies before heading home. Galway is a pretty place, even the streets we walked through looked amazing. Both taking it easy we didn't get up to much more apart from heading out for some ...
... in c. 500 AD.
Then I undertook a long drive as part of my family history interest. Firstly to the village of Woodford, to see the church there. This parish church was where my father's ancestors were baptised, married etc. Woodford is a quaint little village. Then I drove to a locality known as "Dooros", which is on the eastern side of Lough Derg. This was the site of the farm where my ancestors lived and worked ...