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 …
As I was saying in my previous post, early Friday morning Ian and I took a train to get to Galway and check out the western coast of Ireland. After a 2.5 hour train ride, we were looking to check out the Cliffs of Moher. However, most bus trips leave at 10/11 and stop at other points along the way, and taxi drivers charge a lot to take people down …
... sole we wandered down the cobbled street and found a cosy pub with great music. The two musicians played for a couple hours without a break. When they had packed up another band started setting up. All up a fun evening.
After a superb breakfast (fresh fruit, muesli, smoked salmon pancakes and coffee) we packed up the car and farewelled our hosts having sampled and enjoyed the happy vibes and colours of Galway.
... already, people from Switzerland, USA, Aussies and Kiwi's, everyone is getting along great. It doesn't take long when you're on the Motorway to start being surrounded by fields with cows, horses and sheep......lots of sheep!!! The stone fencing they use is beautiful, with most of the properties still continuing to use it rather than the standard fencing we would see in Australia with wire. Our first stop was a ...
So this is kinda of a long post.... It's mostly about my first impressions of Ireland from a student's perspective (as opposed to a tourist). I've now experienced a week of classes and fives days of "freshers week." I've had more trouble adjusting to Ireland then I thought I would. I always try to go into new experiences with as little expectations as I can. The little expectations I did have were blown out of the water.
I heard that people in Ireland know ...