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Internationally acclaimed mountaineering author, Simon Yates, will visit Galway’s Town Hall Theatre next Thursday, September 7, to present the visually stunning and hugely entertaining My Mountain Life. Best known for his harrowing expedition to the Andes documented in the book and film Touching the Void, Simon is one of the most famous and accomplished exploratory mountaineers of his time.
If you are looking to escape to the sun later this year, Fahy Travel and Royal Caribbean have some amazing value offers still to be had.
Ever wondered if carmakers will run out of names for new models? The thought crossed my mind when Skoda said its new compact SUV will be called the Karoq. The name and its spelling originate from the language of the Alutiiq, an indigenous tribe who live on an island off the southern coast of Alaska.
Have you ever wondered if carmakers will run out of names for new models? The thought crossed my mind when Skoda said that their new compact SUV will be called the Karoq.
Are you thinking of a cruise this year? Then look no further… Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines has amazing offers for 2017 sailings. The company is offering a free all inclusive drinks package (European sailings only) plus a 50 per cent reduction for the second person in cabin and a 25 per cent reduction on the third and fourth people. Booking deposit is also reduced to €30pp.
Writer/actor Pat Kinevane visits the Town Hall next week with a triple-bill of his hugely acclaimed, award-winning solo shows, Silent, Underneath, and Forgotten.
Skoda’s new large SUV is to be called Kodiaq. It refers to the Kodiak bear that lives on the homonymous island off the southern coast of Alaska. The name does not exactly roll off the tongue, and its spelling is derived from the language of the indigenous people – the Alutiiq.
Located right in the heart of the city, The Gaslight Bar & Brasserie has fast become a favourite for those looking for a vibrant city centre venue for drinks or dinner. The Parlour at the Meyrick has long been popular for meeting up for lunch or afternoon tea. The elegant, modern, space on the ground floor, previously the Oyster Grill, is cool and contemporary with gleaming tiles and bare bulbs. It keeps all the advantages of the grand old building's period features, the lofty ceilings and elegant windows of this elegant Victorian hotel overlooking Eyre Square.