Galway & Ireland - What to do?

Lee

Moderator
Take the big family fishing. Lots of beautiful lakes and rivers with a good chance of not seeing anyone for miles. If you go down to Dublin then go fishing. If fishing isn't your cup of tea then go for a long walk around the waters and try and watch someone fishing.
 

markymark34

Well-known Member
theres loads to do in dublin. Tours start from O'connell street, visiting the guinness factory (free pint) and all the shopping places. Im sure it stops at other places but to be honest i was a little drunk by then!
 

spuddy01

Member
If in Galway you can head out to Salthill short walk lovely beach and there is also a waterpark for the kids! Galway has lots to see & do lots of music in the streets & the craic is mighty you could also head to conemara beautiful scenery or get a boat trip to the Aran islands take a step back in time! Enjoy you're visit :thumbsup:
http://www.galway.net/
 

sjackson

Well-known Member
hottstuff said:
If you are going anywhere near Dublin Zoo , don't pet the tigers. :D

What an idiot that girl was.....

Try the Viking Splash Tours in Dublin. Supposed to be good fun. Basically half truck, half boat and they drive you around Dublin and then go for a sail....!
 

Uridium

Distinguished Member
Not wanting to hijack the OP's thread here but I'm off to Cty Wexford with the family (young children) in a couple of weeks so any guidance on stuff to do on the south east coast would be appreciated as well :smashin:
 

ush flynn

Novice Member
uridium said:
Not wanting to hijack the OP's thread here but I'm off to Cty Wexford with the family (young children) in a couple of weeks so any guidance on stuff to do on the south east coast would be appreciated as well :smashin:

Go see where they filmed the beach scene in saving private ryan!
 

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