Galway Oyster Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... going again. I'd have to roll all the way back down to the bottom backwards and start all over. Fortunately, I make it back okay, only to find the three of them lined up on the balcony staring into the parking lot wondering if I'll ever return. Oh, ye of little faith. Like right... Anyway, we clean up and get organized and decide to let Abby take a much needed nap in her crib. As soon as she wakes, though, it's time to hit the ...
... away that I could hear them. Then one the other man tries to do the sly turn to take a look and since we were only like five feet behind them, it didn't work. Michelle made eye contact with the guy and then he tried to look up at something....there was nothing interesting up above. They all left shorty after, because I think they figured out we could hear them and we knew they were talking about us. Michelle and I got a great kick out of it though. The whole thing made for an entertaining ...
... that we have a better health care system based on what her friend tells her (friend lived in Canada for a while). It turns out that Irish mental health social workers get 32 vacation days per year PLUS statutory days (which include 2 days to attend Galway Races). The Galway Races are a big deal apparently and thousands of people attend, including everyone in Galway. About 20 years ago, when the streets were still the ancient ...
Also, divorce was illegal in Ireland until a law was passed in 1996 under strict conditions, including but not limited to
a husband and wife have to be separated for four of five years. In the United States, divorce is practiced
all the time and has no restrictions except that in some states you must show
that there are irreconcilable differences.
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finaly we're in the country! Dublin was not a great place, iv never liked cities, they always put me in a fowl mood. Glad to out of there now and happy to put Dublin behind us. After quit some "adventure" getting lost on trains and missing busses, getting stranded in Limrick, and HATING bus eairann (the machine sold us tickets for a bus trip that didn't exist!). ...