Maldron Hotel Galway
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Nice home though and very welcoming. Into town for a walk around before dinner and found it to be really disappointing. No old world charm about it at all and a bit run down. We made our way to Doolins, a recommendation for music and dinner only to find that it more looked like a blood house and the music wouldn't start until around 10pm. The final 20 minutes or so of the FA cup was showing and this gave us time for a drink. Carol is now ...
... 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 ...
... and grikes, making access a little tricky, but the abundance of wild flowers made it all the more rewarding.
On the way from Kilfenora to Father Teds house we passed this ruined castle. We could find out nothing about its history, but it looked impressive.
Next day was cliffs day. We had been told by the ferry families that the best ...
... We got the win though, so I'll stop complaining. We watched the game on the internet very successfully so I'm excited for the rest of the season!
On Sunday we went to a pub in Galway to watch the All-Ireland Hurling final between Galway and Kilkenny. So being in a pub in Galway for this was awesome ...
... very...interesting...hostel experience that night. Another story for another time! I have survived the crazy, winding roads, so that's definitely something to be thankful for! Oh, and the speed limit is 120km on the main roads!
Yesterday we drove across the country from Galway to Dublin (about 200km) and up to Belfast (in Northern Ireland, part of the UK). Stay tuned for our adventures in Belfast!