Rockfield House

Newtown, Moycullen, Galway, Ireland
Rockfield House
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Forum Posts

Favor to ask.......

by ernie01

OK, I know it's a weird request, but if you live in or are traveling to Galway in the near future could you stop by "SALLY LONG'S" and snap me a couple of pictures of the interior wall murrals ? I ment to do it myself but everytime I had the camera they were too busy, or visa versa. The "Last Supper" wall in particular is the greatest bit of Rock-n-Roll art I've ever seen.

Re: Favor to ask.......

by Wolverine_13

ahh, I just moved back to Canada from Galway. sorry. The wall is awesome! That was one of my favourite spots in galway

Re: Favor to ask.......

by ernie01

Yea,I found a couple of pics on line, but no good ones. I was going to go back down there, camera in hand when they were not busy. The bartender told me he'd let me shoot from behind the bar if I came in when he didn't have a crowd, but I never made it back. Oh well....

Re: Favor to ask.......

by MUGLERANGEL

Hi, I am going to Galway next weekend. Where is this bar and I'll see what I can do.......

Re: Favor to ask.......

by ernie01

I can't remember the address,but Galway is not so large. If you wander on foot a bit you'll see it, or just ask any local. I think I've got a shot of the outside in one of my VT photos.The end of the building has another mural which looks like it might represent Rock-n-roll heaven.

Travel Tips for Galway

Healy Tours

by BillNJ

At the Discover Ireland Centre, I purchased a ticket for a half-day bus tour of the Cliffs of Moher with Healy Tours. The tour started at Galway's Coach Station at 11:30 am, and it returned at a little after 5:00 pm. The cost was 20 Euros. The bus was comfortable, and the driver gave a narrated tour in English. In addition to the Cliffs of Moher, there were a few other stops along the way including some castles. The tour also stopped at Fitzpatrick's Bar in Doolin for lunch.

Before visiting Galway, check out Healy Tours' web site for all of their offerings.

http://www.healytours.ie/

The best and only real way to...

by Janellabel

The best and only real way to see this place is one a bike. We spent two days cycling around this island and we saw so much off the beaten track and some of the real wonders of Celtic Ireland that left you with such a feeling of accomplishment.

three pub

by stephaniejune27 about GPO

oooooooh gpo. this is where the night got interesting. we got there earlier enough to hang out and have a beverage at the bar. it was nice. not so much my scene. it was a little prettier, and less like a pub... and if you read the next tip you'll see why

Italian Food

by aah_stone about Trattoria Pasta Mista

This is a small restaurant on one of the main streets of Galway. We initially attempted to eat here on New Year's Eve 2004! A mistake not to have booked as we couldn't get in. So on New Year's day 2005 we came back and I am glad we did.

It is quite crowded with tables and chairs when you get in but it all leads to a great cosy atmosphere.

The staff were all very freindly and helpful. Especially since they were experiencing power cuts in the kitchen and bar areas. But it didn't spoi our meal.

Well worth eating here. Any pizza!! The 3 we had here were all excellent!

They are just to yummy for words.

The Corrib River Walkway

by RhineRoll

One thing making Galway such an attractive place is the river Corrib which practically splits Galway in half. In doing so, it is partly responsible for the traffic problems Galway has yet to solve, but when you are at the river, you won't notice at all. The pedestrian walk along the Corrib is my favorite part of Galway. Wheelchair accessible, with some steep ramps. The walkway actually starts at the Claddagh and ends at the Salmon Weir Bridge close to the Cathedral car park where I would strongly recommend to leave the car.

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