O'Connors' Warwick Hotel

Address: Lower Salthill, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lower Salthill, Galway, is near Trad on the Prom, Galway Atlantaquaria, Salthill Beaches, and Galway on Foot Walking Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Galway

Cruising Killary Harbour

A travel blog entry by chintz on Jun 19, 2015

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At Standun, Spiddal, the origins of the Aran Sweater were explained to us. It takes its name from the Aran Islands off the coast of Galway, where fisherman were exposed to the harsh weather conditions of the Atlantic Ocean. The jumpers were knitted by hand, incorporating stitches such as fisherman's rib, cables etc. which were based on what the fisherman used.

We visit the Connemara marble factory, ...

Galway - Day 3

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 17, 2014

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... a boarding school. I'm hoping they were nice nuns, not the mean ones you hear about from that era. The school ran until 2010 but closed due to falling enrolments and rising maintenance costs. Now days its a tourist attraction but the nuns are still there. They make candles and soaps for the gift shop. After the abbey I made my way back to Galway with only one wrong turn along the way....but this time I only went ten minutes the wrong ...

Ireland: Pros and Cons

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 29, 2014

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... the cockpit. The site was also the home of the original Irish coffee, so we learned the folk lore and perfect technique to the delicious cocktail. It was made to perk up the passengers of a flight after their plane was delayed, so the captain added a few drops of whiskey to their coffee. Now, the drink reflects a perfect Guinness with a nice brown bottom and white head. Vicky was awarded a medal as a reward for her perfect Irish coffee. New favorite cocktail? Also on ...

Gorgeous galway

A travel blog entry by amandane on Jun 16, 2014

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... The tour was great. After a short ferry ride across Galway Bay, we docked at the largest of the 3 Aran Islands, Inismor Island. We boarded a mini bus with a local guide who provided commentary and drove us around for the day. The streets were really narrow, one lane only. The population of the island is only around 800 people so it's really quite tiny. The highlight was heading up to this old fort that's built on the edge of a cliff with a 300m drop. The cliff ...

Happy Mother's Day to me!

A travel blog entry by cruise_buddies on May 11, 2014

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... Arrived at the cliffs and Colin thinks it is a bit of a con job; utilizing a natural feature and making a fortune. It was quite high up so Colin stayed well away from the edge!
Was after 5 when we hit the road again and mission to find bed and food for the night. Found ourselves on the motorway so hoofed off onto teeny weeny roads; single file and not a b&b or pub in site!
Got lucky. Again. Now in the Durty Nelly's established 1620! Chowder was ...

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