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Stories and Tips County Galway

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A Drive Through Cong on the Connemara Loop

Written by MilwVon on 13 May, 2012

We had one day planned to drive what some refer to as the Connemara Loop. Cong is on that route and would be our first destination after leaving the cottage in Recess.Cong is actually in County Mayo, just over the county line from County…Read More


A Celtic Adventure

Written by Ravnwing on 22 Aug, 2006

This journey began as a dream for me that goes back many, many years. I have always been horse-crazy, from the time I was a little girl. I just loved horses and loved riding. Unfortunately, living in New York City doesn't naturally afford one a…Read More


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Keane's Pub... Maam Bridge, Galway

Written by ladyanne47 on 29 Mar, 2006

Keane's Pub has a soft spot for me because when ever I have been there something very special happens. It is situated between some of Connemara's barren mountains and the Lough Corrib area in an area called Maam Bridge. A small pub, it has a…Read More


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The afternoon

Written by atherts on 13 May, 2004

We left Galway and took a leisurly drive along Galway Bay to the west. The day was overcast with light rain showers. Prior to arriving in Spiddal is the Spiddal Crafts Centre. It’s a group of shops with crafts by independent artists in a variety…Read More


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Take Time to Pet the Noses

Written by atherts on 29 Apr, 2006

Next to the car park there is a large field well populated with grass, cows and their residue. The cows were watching us over the stone wall and scratching their chins on the top of the wall. My wife was quite taken with these cows,…Read More


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