Imperial Hotel Galway
Travel Blogs from Galway
... where we drank together and had a chat. We chatted with some funny drunk girls in christmas jumpers who loved Darren's 'Dublin has the biggest population in all of Europe... cos it keeps Dublin and Dublin and Dublin' joke, then when it was almost 11pm, Larisa let us use her phone to book some concert tickets, as Lyle had lent us some money so we could go see Eddie Vedder play in Melbourne in February. We chatted to heaps ...
... formed the rock layers seen today.
After spending a couple hours at the Cliffs, we started our journey back to Galway. On the way, we stopped at Pier Head, a restaurant right on the water. We had an enjoyable meal, and yes, more Guinness.
After a short nap, we are getting ready to take on Galway's City Centre again. More delicious food and drinks, along with live music, are in our near ...
... story. The town is really pretty, with the ruins of an old abbey. It is also the centre of a very popular trout fishing area. And – it’s all free. We spend a pleasant late afternoon wandering around Cong before we collectively agree it’s time we headed home. No problem, we just need to make sure we stay on the road through Derrycourane and don’t get diverted to Currarevagh – wherever those are. ...
... of the hostels themselves have usually been great. The hostel we stayed at in Galway had amazing facilities and was very clean. But our favourite hostel quality can also be the worst hostel quality. Sometimes the people we stay with, or the "guest factor", does not go in our favour. First, I will tell you about some great people we met. Shortly after Jess and I first came into the hostel, we were treated to some amazing piano ...
... we got there okay. With the state we were in the chance of us going in and having a drink were slim to none so we took some pictures outside and went on our way. As we are walking back Allie realized she no longer had her credit card. We realized she had left it at the Souvenir store because that is the only place she used it, but it was closed so we would have to wait until the morning. We went out to dinner where we ordered way too much food for our sick bodies. Since it was only ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services