Westwood House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... travels at the Historic Leenane Hotel in Leenane and situated beside Irelands only Fjord. This hotel dates back to the 1790’s and has been host to King’s & Mortals for the past 3 centuries where we had a great lunch to tide us over for the rest of our journey. The rest of our route was on the R335 all the way around Clew Bay which has 365 islands in it, though we didn’t stop to count them all and unfortunately as we were driving we didn’t stop ...
... and its very hard to get out of their way when the road is only 1.5 lanes wide. In fact it seems most of the Irish are always in a hurry on the road, and do not adhere to any speed limits.
So i arrive in Galway, and find the camp ground for my 2 nights stay. The first night is absolutely glorious. The sun is out, its warm, no wind, and there are people walking along the beach promenade, which is where the park is. I have tea ...
... the fact there is no snow. As you will notice there are no pictures accompanying this blog. E J will tell you from experience that on some things I am unteachable. I have taken pictures, but I have a little trouble getting the pictures to where they need to be. Don't worry I will keep on trying. No sleep on the plane last night so we are very tired tonight. Love to ...
... with alcohol clouded minds. We actually walked into a dead end first before we figured out which bridge we had to cross. But that was fun to, to be honest. I wasn't feeling too drunk though, just enough to find everything quite funny (Damien on the other hand was definitely wasted). Since my hostel was the closest, I said goodbye first and after an all around huggy session, I climbed into my dorm room at Barnacle's (and I mean that literally - it's on the top ...
... mates and I walked in on the French guy walking around in his undies. The next morning Dave and I both walked in on him again! I thought I heard a sharp intake of breath from Dave but he denied it. We left for Cork that morning and upon arriving there at 1:45pm Dave had to make a mad dash to our hostel to check in (it was closed between 2-4pm) while I guarded the bags at the bus station. He made a valiant return and after dropping off our bags we went and had a walk ...