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Lots of worthwhile Irish titles plus local guides and maps.
Good selection of newspapers. Also sells Ordnance Survey maps.
Hour-long cruises of the Lough Derg waters; reservations necessary.
Ferry and fast-boat services from Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire.
The western coast's biggest marina at Kilrush Creek in Kilrush.
McMahons' cavernous tiered bar puts on regular live bands and DJs.
Discover the history of Irish whiskey making and sip on a sample of the golden spirit on this guided 1-hour Irish Whiskey Museum experience...
Quay Food Co has local produce and little luxuries.
An open-air area where church services are often held.
The city centre office of the Automobile Association.
Offers lessons plus rents out boards and wetsuits.
Good place for magazines, fiction and guidebooks.
Held on the Square, as markets have been for centuries.
Sets up on the wee square across from the tourist office.
Galway's lively food scene is celebrated late March.
You can go to the dogs (as it were) at James Park .
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