- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... locals use for tours. Only locals are allowed to drive on the island. If you saw the width of the roads, you would know why. Not sure how two cars get by each other. We saw some of the local sights before climbing up a nice hill to Dun Aenghus Fortress. The walk was strenuous but the view was spectacular. The cliffs were about 300 ...
... ride around the houses. Skeffington Arms hotel in Eyre Square. Woke at 10 am to enjoy our first Irish breckfast. Pm Walked down the river to see the Galway Cathedral, glorious catholic edifice still standing despite last week's same-sex marriage referendum .Pubs everywhere, we play cricket: if name has legs they're your ...
... all whom I haven’t seen since ’99, and it was so incredibly touching for me. James is just like mmy father, and is just like my aunts Mary and Bridgie. Its unbelievable. From the way he whispers and talks to his cat, Tiger, and the way he tells a joke, and smiles, and laughs. I really began to cry sitting there with him – thinking of how differently the memoyry I had of him when I was a boy, and how 16 years made a difference in not only my height which we all ...
... our instincts. My trusty navigator, Michelle had the maps in hand because "Eunie " went into meltdown again but before long we found our destination. This is our last stop in Ireland.
Our apartment overlooks the water and it's nice to be able to look out on it. Staff were on hand to greet us and without being luxurious..the apartment is very comfy. ...
... Vicky and I sat with our second cousins again, this time Cara and Keeva. They were really fun to talk to because they own ponies and train them. We also had fun joking about how we would rather live in each other's countries. We introduces them to the joys of Butterfingers, and simply enjoyed talking to our distant relatives. Wednesday 30: On our way to Belfast we stopped at Clonmacnoise Monastery. It was more interesting than some of the other sights, but it ...