Harbour Hotel Galway
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Nice hotel, convenient to downtown. Very reasonably priced. Road construction made it a little tough to get to, but worth the hassle.
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We packed up the last of Baylor's room this morning and checked her out of the dorm. She's going to miss this place and her Irish pals.
We decided to take the Wild Atlantic Way (WAW) up the coast, so we went from Limerick to Ennis and out to Milltown Malbay. That's where we picked up the WAW and headed up the coast. The forecast had …
... pubs we went into were packed and there was no where to sit but after some further searching we finally found one to have a pint in! The next day we went on a 3 hour free walking tour, it was a really great tour, they even had free tea and coffee at the starting point for everyone. When we finished the walking tour we decided to go out for an ...
... We felt safe though as we were escorted most of the way by two dolphins, ready to toss us back in if we were swept overboard. We have seen pictures and films of such dolphin escorts before, but this was our first live experience and it was wonderful.
It was a good half hour of this bouncing to reach the cliffs, but once there the boat was able to steer into some more sheltered water so we could ...
... figures from Greek philosophers and writers to contemporary (relatively) patrons of the college. You can't actually go into the stacks, but it is over two stories of cordoned off, leather bound volumes as well as a selection of rare pieces in glass displays for visitors. I yearned to get behind the velvet and just browse the selection. I walked along the Liffey and some of the big tourist streets (O'Connell and Talbot) back to my ...
... pronounced Inish Ere), which is the smallest of the Aran Islands (approx a length of 4 km with a population of 250) and took a horse carriage around (we only had about 1 1/2 hours). The island was formed from a volcano and is absolutely covered in limestones so the people there piled them all up into hedges to make room to live. And there is a lovely castle there...O'Brien's Castle. So crazy...so much work!
There is a wild ...