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Galway (Article)

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Galway (Article)

From today's Irish times

irishtimes.com/newspaper/weekend/2011/0813/1…

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It must be said, Galway is a really lovely city... Many of my teenage Saturdays were spent there, very happily :-)

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Nice story, thanks for posting!

The only thing is...the intense craving for brown bread that I woke up with this morning just got more intense - I remembered how wonderful it tasted at our B&B in Galway.

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That is an interesting article. I love the Galway city centre buzz.

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We were in Galway out in Salthill in '09 during the Volvo Ocean Race, and really enjoed it-----also liked sitting outside at the little tables in front of the pubs etc.

Ellen

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Going to the Galway Oyster Fest next month, can't wait!

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I live Galway! It's my dream place to live.

Ennis, Ireland
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Thanks for posting the link, Tony.

That is a really good article. I absolutely love Galway.

I can't understand my two sons, as they both got tired of it after four years at college there:-)

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