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 …
... in Kylemore, its actually just out of Letterfrack. So I reprogrammed the Sat Nav for Letterfrack and started in the right direction. Three hours after I started out I finally found Kylemore Abbey. My first veiw of the Abbey was as I crossed a little bridge over Pollcappul Lough. It was just beautiful. I stopped the car on the other side of the bridge and walked back to get a photo. The wind was so strong I nearly got blown off ...
... bus. Phew!
We were destined for Galway and had no idea just how much we would enjoy it there. Galway was the highlight of Ireland. It's just such a gorgeous little place. The main area of town is called Quay Street. It's filled with brightly coloured, narrow buildings and cobble-stoned streets. There are heavenly smells floating out from all the restaurants and the atmosphere is really chilled out. The area was similar to Dublin's Temple Bar but was smaller and ...
... pulling out spring clothes for the trip. The 10 day adventure included everything from the Book of Kells, medieval castles, afternoon tea, the St. Patricks Day parade, Irish Churches, a guided tour through Glendalough Valley, Galway city, Cliffs of Moher and the Burren region in County Clare. I am tired just thinking about these 10 days.
St. Patricks Day was what we expected, crowded! Our neighbors had warned us that the parade ...
... we all shouted out “oooooohh nooo, unnnnnrruucckkkyy” It was very humorous, Jose who hated the phrase due to Isaac and me saying it all the time had no choice but to join in when everyone else was saying it! After polishing off our drinks we headed to a bar around the corner, but we were far to rowdy for them it was mostly an old man pub and they had no idea what hit them. Deciding to leave we went next door which was more our style. Here we ...