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I can't complain too much about this hotel as the price was great. This is the perfect location for a no frills stay. However it is best visited if you have a car as there is plenty of parking and the hotel isn't that close to town. Also the advertised wifi doesn't have a strong enough signal to work properly, the breakfast doesn't start early and the service is very indifferent. However the bed is very comfortable and the room is quiet.
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We were off to what would end up being my favorite city in Ireland!
We started off with our Tour Manager Megs giving us a quick walk through town so we wouldn't get completely lost, then it was time for shopping!
Galway is very well known for the Claddagh ring, I already had one but it was lots of fun to watch a few ...
... there. They ate - seafood chowder, sandwiches, wraps, fish and chips etc… That turned out to be a lot of fun despite the weather. It was sunny and rainy all at the same time.
We drove to Galway though beautiful country side - lush green fields, many farm animals and “fairy” bushes…. We checked in are staying at the Eyre Square Hotel. After a delicious dinner of Melon appetizer or cream of vegetable ...
... we walked down to the water and did a full lap of the park. There were lots of people training for rugby and soccer and lots of dog walkers. It was generally really nice but it was very windy even by Tassi standards. We then came back through the main pub and shop district to complete our walk. We looked in all the souvenir shops and also checked out a few of the pubs because tonight we definitely needed to have an Irish meal! The whole ...
... end of it, pictures that were proudly displayed for the day, meaning that our artwork was shown in a museum in Dublin. How many can make that claim? We also went down the road a bit to the Rock of Cashel, which is less like a boulder in a field and more like a large castle on a hill (complete with towers and turrets). There's a whole bunch of history involved with it too, and if you're really curious, you should look it up yourself (wikipedia is always a good place to start). ...
... looked like a beautiful place to hike, but I didn’t know how to get there or what the hiking options were. The lady at The Burren Center yesterday was able to tell us exactly where to go, and said there would be signs detailing the hiking options.
Guinness Count = 13.5 (The “half” is for the last glass of Guinness I had at McDermott’s. We just couldn’t leave after two pints and the Guinness was very tasty by this ...