Ross Lake House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the other, and said hoe Michael Furey, the character from Joyce’s The Dubliners was really buried in Galway, and you can check it uout! So that was cool, and I got home to get a FB message from a friend of mine back home who was having a really bad day, so I stayed up a bit more with him and helped him out and listened, and sent him mmy best, he’s one of my best friends, and I can’t wait to rocknroll with him again this summer.
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I left Dublin yesterday morning and hopped a bus to Galway, on the West Coast of Ireland. Getting out of the city was really nice - Galway is a beautiful town full of art and fishermen. I checked in to my hostel, grabbed lunch, and then went on a free walking tour of the city. Absolutely fantastic tour! Ronan (our guide) has grown up here, and spent over 2 hours telling us history and personal ...
... an intimate village feeling complete with plenty of restaurants. Not sure that we would want to spend too much time in Galway but the late afternoon/ overnight thing will surely work as we find a small restaurant called Artisan which seems to have plenty of awards stuck in the window. It's a tiny, tiny room that seats probably about 20 people but the 3 course meal is excellent.
Before leaving for my adventure abroad in Italy a friend of mine said to me, "Let me know what you think about how the Italian time runs." Having little concrete knowledge on Italian culture at this time in my life I'm sure my response was a blank slightly confused gaze. What, Italian time, does their day pass by in different increments than the time in the United States? In actuality my friend was referring to the ...
... perfect, and everything else was quite good as well. Prices were great too. We then drove over to Connemara and did a loop. We started with a stop at Kylemore and simply walked around, shopped a bit and took some pictures (didn't pay to go in). It was beautiful, the prices were reasonable and parking was easy. We carried on, driving through constantly changing scenery. We had sheep cross the road in front of us, and I jumped out to try to take a picture but they ...