The Spanish Arch Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Spanish Arch Hotel Galway
All right. No ac and terrible wifi
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Boy oh boy does 500 come early regardless what country or your time zone. As we were walking like zombies down to our tour bus, Dublin was dead and we said good bye (for now). Dublin is a very different city because you have the Irish but you also have a lot of tourists. I'm pretending we are locals since we live over here for now! Anyways, we …
... to describe, but I not only enjoyed it, but got to experience a true Irish bar setting with a live Irish band, singing, dancing, the whole nine yards!
After this Shannen's new friend took us to The Temple Bar, the most famous bar in Dublin, where I sampled Jameson whiskey (both guinness and Jameson originated in Ireland). Again we were met with live music on the same stage where David Browne broke the record for longest marathon of ...
We left Doolin today for Galway. We decided to take the scenic route and I can honestly say that there are few experiences more rewarding and freeing than driving through the Irish country side. We stopped at several places to take pictures and I have never been more moved in my life. It was absolutely gorgeous. I felt a deep connection to the land of Eire that I have never felt before. It was like I ...
... some entertaining people playing amusing catchy Irish music, singing and doing a lot of diversified stuff, some of them were even juggling.
On Saturday night, we went in town to visit and discover several warm Irish pubs. The first pub we went to is called The Crane Bar. Inside the bar, everything was typically Irish; from the wooden ornaments to the beer. This is where I had my first Guinness. I did not like its strong, ...
... shops and even a shopping mall, which you entered from a side street, so it didn't seem as though there was a mall there at all. That's what Ireland is like; there are no giant billboards, the malls are camoflauged and everything is quaint ...