Imperial Hotel Galway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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Tem momentos da vida que só o caminho vale a pena, muito mais que a chegada. Mas nesse caso ambos foram sensacionais. Eu, gabi e a Pati (uma amiga da Gabi da escola de Ingles aqui em Dublin) alugamos um carro e seguimos para a costa oeste da Irlanda para passar o fim de semana. Após uma sexta feira animadíssima (muito, muito animada mesmo...rs) eu estava com uma ressaca que não era de Deus, pra não dizer que era de Lucifer. E pensei quando ...
... of countryside. People here are incredibly friendly and relaxed and have a simple life and do not get stressed. They have very funny (and true) sayings about when you're stressed or pressured. The only way to be stressed in life is to be a rope pulled very tightly in both directions. While it would be very relaxing and lovely to live in the Irish countryside, I also do not know if I could do it since there really is not much to do besides farm and tend to your animals. ...
... meals weren´t that incredible. * the restaurant was call> Gus O'connors's Pub(
We meet a lot of people that day, so many students travelling around, like us so was enjoy their company a lot!
We stopped :
- Dunguarire Castle: Beautiful,and there is a pub, and some stores crossing the main road, that are really cute, and its a good place to spend some money :)
- Fostra: as ...
... Derry turned to cloud and then rain as we got nearer to our destination. Found our Guest House, lugged our bags up the stairs and planned our next move. Had dinner and then to Matt Malloys (of Cheiftains fame) but he wasn't there. He had been on Sat night. Supposed to be the place for Irish music Didn't start until 9.30 and was feeling a bit jaded. Those guys weren't a patch on your lot Lee. Left ...
... Here we were greeted by John & Ann waving to us from the end of the lane to guide us down to their daughter and son-in laws (Rachel & John) house on the bay. As I have said already, what a wonderful home in such a stunning setting right on the water with views across to the Burren and out to the Aran Islands.
John & Ann took us to a local for dinner and we had a wonderful reunion, and all but the best of the days memories were washed away.