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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravelodge Galway
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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IRELAND...OUR LAST COUNTRY ON THIS TRIP
Picked up our car and headed direct to Galway. Well maybe not direct – direct. We took the wrong exit at the first 2 large interchanges. Why didn't I have a GPS?.. you ask…….well, because I didn’t need one: The Map program ...
... so tiny that I cant see the screen so im just typing blindly as I think back over the last 2 days, just so I can remember all of the details, all of the tiny yet soo important and crucial happenings from this weekend. And now I’m starting to plan my next weekend trip to Derry, we’ll see how that goes! And well, this weekend also inspired me to really try to do an open mic as much as I can now that I’ll be back in Dublin, so lets do this, Mike, come occome conquer Dublin, conquer Ireland. Let’s do ...
... with hardly discernible carvings, but we put our lack of insight down to the icy winds making our otherwise razor sharp brains a little lethargic.
Our day ends with a scenic drive via the heritage listed peat bogs (I kid you not) to Galway. Our B&B is near the seaside, so we brave the chill one last time to walk the esplanade to a spot recommended for dinner. “It ain’t far”, we’re told. Now where have we heard that ...
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- see the Colosseum etc. in Roma! - yes!
- eat Italian ice-cream - oh yeaaah!!
- see Venice before it sinks - tick off my list of real bucket ...
... around the town again and poking in stores. We grabbed the bus back to Galway where we found dinner at an Irish restaurant and went back to the same pub as the other night and listened to some traditional music and celebrate our last night together.
For some reason we had a tripple, three single beds in this room. Just by chance the way we dropped our luggage and ...