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12 Woodhaven, Merlin Park, Galway, Ireland
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  • Couples75
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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ferry price

by irish_dec

thanx again,what is the price of the ferry to the aran isles, also price of the bus from galway to the ferry would be appreciated, thanx again

RE: ferry price

by lfc

try www.visitaranislands.com
there is also a contct email address and i am sure they will let you know cost of bus etc

RE: RE: ferry price

by irish_dec

cheers guys for the info, it helped alot, made me realise as well that winter timetable at the weekend only entails a boat going to the isles at 1pm and one going from the isles at 12pm, so it would involve an overnight stay and i have my hotel booked already, shame really but thanx again!

Travel Tips for Galway

To hell or to Connacht

by globetrott

This area looks so beautiful to US today... ...But it was NOT ALWAYS like this, as the area is almost unfertile, lots of stones and just a bit of soil in between, NOT good enough to grow wheat,potatoes or vegetables

Liam Mellows statue

by sourbugger

At the top of Eyre square, by the taxi rank stands a statue to Liam Mellows. As one of the leaders of the 1916 uprising, he is most clearly remembered for leading an abortive attempt on the Royal Irish Constabulary buildings in Oranmore. He was imprisoned by the English at one point, but escaped from Reading Jail to lead the IRA's western division.

He met his end by execution. This was ordered by the Irish Free state, a semi-independent body that presided over Ireland and a civil war before full independence came in 1923.

Apart from the historical associations, the site also seems to be the site of the towns gallows. It is marked as such on the famous galway may of 1651. during recent excavations three bodies were found by the staatue. They seems quite intact, apart from the fact they had no heads. Theses were later found a few meters to the north of the statue. Their heads were presumbly severed after being hanged on the gallows, and then roughly buried.

Central Park. Often referred...

by neilmcaliece

Central Park. Often referred to as CP or CP's
Like it or not it's the busiest nightclub in Galway city.

It's always busy, 7 nights per week. This is the only nightclub I've ever been in which is always very busy on a Sunday, Monday and Tuesday night and I mean busy. And these are usually the quiet nights wherever you go.

Expect long queues to get in at the weekend. The best night to go in my opinion is Sunday to Wednesday as it's not too busy then - you do have room to move. Smart casual

Coffee & great sarni's

by sourbugger about Java's

Java's is a small chain of coffeshops in Ireland - they are laid back and friendly.

I especially like them late at night when you feel like a break from squashed bars and nightclubs.

In Galway Java's can be seen as "gay friendly", but it's not relevant and dosn't have that sort of feel to it. The Coffee in uniformly good, but my favourite delight it the "Javanormous" sandwich. It's packed with about anything that comes out of the kitchen and certainly takes some eating !

Lynch's Castle

by kevarms

Now a branch of the AIB bank, Lynch's Castle (actually a fortifed townhouse) is a lovely piece of medieval Galway.
There is an interesting story about one historic resident. In 1493 the Mayor of Galway was James Lynch. His son murdered a love-rival, but the Lynch clan was so feared and powerful nobody was willing to carry out his execution. So his own father did the job! This is sometimes suggested as a source for the expression 'lynch law'.

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