The Western Hotel
Travel Blogs from Galway
So we start off by rising at 3:45 am.......fly to Manchester, UK and then onto Knock Ireland. But oh my, the mazes and the Halls and walks and waits and ..........Border Patrol, Immigration Checks..... Eventually we get a car with steering on right and driving on left.....of course we knew this ahead of time....Kim did a great job of reminding …
After one last stroll around Dublin it was time to leave. Reluctantly bidding farewell to Dublin we packed up and headed smack bang accross the centre of Ireland heading for Galway. The signs are all in Gaelic and English and the Irish countryside just rolled by like a travel film. Our sat nav is programmed to avoid road tolls so sometimes it leads …
Doolin is the small village where the Aran Island Ferries dock. We popped into the local pub for a beef and guinness stew so we didn't have to fuss when we got to Galway.
An hour’s drive to Galway now tired and with walking on the Connemara on our minds we checked into our accommodation and retired. We only had a quick …
Monday 15th November 2010 – Glenfarne to Galway (Foggy to start, fine in afternoon, 3'C)
It was misty fog to begin with as we left Glenfarne for Sligo and then turned south. At Charlestown we turned off the main road and headed for Westport. This was very like the Scotland moors as we drove along today. We stopped at Croagh Patrick …
Galway is on the western coast of Ireland. A lot more of a traditional feel than the modern Dublin.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Title says it all. Great price. Surprisingly nice stay. Central area. parking !! Staff friendly. Easy to find. Central to sights and sounds of the lovely old town centre. Thanks
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