Rockland Hotel

The Promenade, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Galway

Galway Hooker

A travel blog entry by watso


So today, Eric really wanted to go see the cliffs of Moher and since I had already been in 2009, we decided to split up for the day as I wanted to explore Galway a bit more and relax a bit. So I bought a Galway Hooker and went for a stroll along the Galway bay. Lots of clouds, it was supposed to rain. Well guess what. No rain at all! Luck #8. So the hooker and I walked and walked until I Kicked the wall at the end of ...

Shamrocker - Galway

A travel blog entry by mitchpayne


... This is where they shot the scenes from Harry Potter when they find Voldermorts cave where he kept one of his horocruxes. Sorry mum don’t read this next part *** We got very brave and sat on the end and dangled our feet, it was very scary though, even for me! *** We had some nice photos near the edge and threw stones down to see the height. Isaac had a very close to death experience as well. Heading down the grassy mound to the rock edge he ...

Loughrea - the Grey Lake

A travel blog entry by sandraking


... and most of the tourists were probably still sleeping off the results of night before. Only a few early up-and-abouters were around as well as delivery trucks and cleaners!

The bus trip only took half an hour and I was warmly greeted by Josephine. She started my mini-tour by taking me to see the Workhouse where my 3x great-grandmother and her sister spent time before coming to Australia. In the bright summer sun it still looked imposing, grey and bleak ...

The County of Connection

A travel blog entry by juliannekatz


... out at pubs, going out to eat, or getting in your touristy gift shopping. Galway City is somewhat of a Williamsburg equivalent; it is very hip and trendy, with chic restaurants and many street musicians and artists (not a lot in comparison to New York, but in comparison to...well, anywhere else in Ireland). It is also great for a relaxing day at the beach, if you are lucky enough to get good weather. Don't forget, though: even though it is Ireland and ...

The Burren region and the cliffs of moher

A travel blog entry by lrbeard


... beginning of the oyster season, the coming of the boats (boats used to bring over the turf which is what the locals use in their stoves for heat and cooking) and a match making festival for the farmers. We also saw a cute little castle that has been restored and now hosts medieval banquets, apparently we are stopping here for a photo on the way back. As we entered the Burren region the landscape did drastically change. Burren literally translates to fertile rock or something like ...


This hotel, located on The Promenade, Galway, is near Salthill Promenade, Galway Atlantaquaria, Salthill Beaches, and Leisureland.
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