Salt Lake House

40 Lough Atalia, Galway, Ireland
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Public Transport in Galway

by wombles

Hi, just wondering if womeone can point me to a website which gives details on the public transport system in Galway (if one exists) or could indicate how easy/difficult it would be to travel from the city centre out to the Parkmore Business Park West (Ballybrit?). Thanks!

Re: Public Transport in Galway

by wombles

btw the if one exists was referring to the website not the public transport!!

Re: Public Transport in Galway

by TwentyQuestions

http://www.buseireann.ie/site/your_journey/city_town_services.asp#galway

This is my best attempt at a site that can give you the information. Public transport in Ireland is not as good as in most other Western European countries so ring the contact numbers and ask plenty of questions. Staff can be hit or miss but an Aussie accent is usually an advantage. Its a journey of about 4 miles .I am local enough so have very seldom used the bus. City services seem good but thats obsevation rather than experience. Enjoy......Gerry

Travel Tips for Galway

If you bring children with...

by Anisha1

If you bring children with you, there is a Peter Pan's in Galway.
My daughter will not let up until she's deposited here for an hour.
They are very professional, plenty of supervisors, etc. If you want an hour or two to shop, leave the hubby here with the kids :):)

Lar Connacht - something you...

by Mauzl

... MUST see!
This is a part of Ireland (West Coast) where people still speak mostly Gaelic & there are at least 5 different types of landscape on the Connemara peninsula.

Important: if you have, get a Irish/Gaelic dictionary to learn about various road-signs ;o) - otherwise you might end up on a total different spot than you'd planned...

Also: never put your camera too far away - lot's of great photography-opportunities!!!

FLOOR

by stephaniejune27 about GPO

if you get there earlier than... 10 i think, you get into the club for free! happy bonus for us!

the music was good. not what i was expecting. what i do remember was snow patrol, and other kind of indie alternativish stuff... and then club typicals from hip-hop etc. definitely fun. definitely chaos. definitely blurry.

The diet starts tomorrow...

by Catspjm about So many to choose from

Fat Freddys: Cheap, cheerful and eternally trendy pizza joint oozing with character. Nab yourself a window seat and watch the word go by. Not the best food in town, but certainly one of the best atmospheres.
McDonaghs: A fish and chip eatery and a Galway tradition. High-powered business execs sit beside crusty new age travelers (sorry, but its true!) scoffing the best fish and chips for miles.
Gemeles: Mid to high priced. Excellent food and service in relaxed surroundings.
The Oyster Rooms: In the Great Southern and in my opinion some of the best food in Galway with an amazingly reasonable wine list. Strange on both accounts for a large hotel.

Galway Cathedral

by wadekorzan

Galway Cathedral is officially called the Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St. Nicholas. The exterior of the cathedral isn't too spectacular, but the interior is definitely worth seeing. There is a path along the water to the Salmon Weir Bridge.

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