Maldron Hotel Galway

Address: on N6, beside 2nd Roundabout, Oranmore, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on on N6, beside 2nd Roundabout, Oranmore, is near Quiet Man Bridge, Rinville Park, Galway Bay Golf Resort, and Kilmacduagh Tower.
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      A travel blog entry by saraann on May 20, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Once we arrived in Galway, we found the hostel with minimal detours (success!). It's brand new and super nice. The kitchen/lounge area is a mini Ikea, and after making dinner we had a real sit down meal where I bombarded certain people with snapchats (I apologize if you were one of them) while the girls planned their post-June 11th trip (which I am not a part of). We also took our first showers since ...

      So it's Sunday...

      A travel blog entry by mdutcher1 on Jul 24, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... I make my way down the hill, through the roundabout and right to the grocery store, where there is absolutely no parking anywhere (despite the fact that there are cars illegally parked everywhere, facing in both directions, up on the curb, and out in the street). What a mess! Well, when in Rome... I get what I need, and after a few wrong turns, finally make my way very quickly back up the hill, God forbid I have to stop and then ...

      The Burren

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on May 19, 2013

      28 photos

      ... spend a week or so just relaxing, taking in the fresh air and sitting in the sunshine. By evening the clouds had disappeared so we walked down across the limestone pavement to watch the sun set over Galway Bay. It was very peaceful.

      Next morning dawned a bit misty so we drove into Lisdoonvarna, the nearest "town", to get some supplies. It is a quaint little town with very little in the way of shops, ...

      Galway- Ireland's Cultural Capital

      A travel blog entry by donnartw2012 on Dec 03, 2012

      24 photos

      ... in town), shared stories about these local landmarks:

      Galway was a medieval fishing village, founded around 1125. It has had its share of unfortunate events. In 1200 it was conquered by the Nors who built a big city wall to keep out the Irish. In 1651, Oliver Cromwell ransacked the city and in the 1840's the potato famine wiped out millions of people nationwide. Ireland’s population dropped from 8.3M to 4.5 million when disease killed the crop ...

      The Spanish Arches

      A travel blog entry by monnat07 on Jun 05, 2012

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... that are on the trip with us. “Friends!” I yelled and hugged them. “What are we doing tonight?”

      “The Spanish Arches. Twenty minutes.” Pete said. I ran upstairs to change and met them downstairs so we could all walk over together. The Spanish Arches were a small, somewhat unimpressive structure on the edge of the medieval section of Galway. Once we got there I realized that it ...