Galway Oyster Hotel
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there they would still refuse. Poor guy must’ve been really, really ugly. After
the cliffs we head through a different type of Irish landscape. The Burren’s I
think they are called and it is a large expanse of limestone that covers a
massive amount of area. It is an odd picture seeing such rocky plateaus in
amongst such lively greenery. We didn’t stay for long but the sight is quite
incredible. The next stop is our lunch break in a ...
... another. As much as I dont overly like that, it makes the entire experience so much more fun. We left Freeney's for Taffee's, one of the pubs we were at last night and hung out there and talked to some locals for a bit (They had just lost a soccer game or something, they were drinking, his God father worked at Concordia, Gerald O'Halleran - how do I remember all this? not sure) . Anyway, we went back to out room early, packed our **** and passed the **** ...
... 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 ...
... in denen inzwischen ausgestorbene Bären Ihren Winterschlaf gehalten haben.
Nach Besichtigung der nicht übermäßig eindrucksvollen Höhle führte es uns weiter auf den engen, steinmauer-begrenzten Straßen. Spätestens jetzt waren wir sicher, dass in Irland der Beruf des Steinmaurers einen besonderen Ruf genießen muss. Es ging zu unserem nächsten Campingplatz auf der anderen Seite der Bucht in Salthill, einem Vorort der Stadt Galway.
Der Campingplatz liegt direkt an ...
... police station and accomodation per city