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ANCIIENTS, THE riff juggernaut from Canada, will headline the first gig to be presented by the new Galway collective, Old Noise, made up of veterans of the city's underground metal and punk scene.
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Are you dreaming of crystal clear waters, palm trees swaying in the light sea breeze, powder white sand between your toes, and tropical sunshine warming your face? This does not have to be just a dream — Caribbean cruises have never been more affordable. Royal Caribbean has some of the best ships in the Caribbean and is offering amazing value for later on this year.
Wendy Wu Tours is Ireland's leading award winning China holiday specialist tour operator and a leading specialist tour operator to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand, as well as Japan, India and Sri Lanka, South Africa, and South America.
Are you thinking of a cruise this year? Then look no further — Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines has amazing offers for 2018 sailings. The company is offering free de luxe drinks packages on Mediterranean sailings and selected Caribbean sailings, plus 50 per cent reduction for the second person in a cabin, along with a 25 per cent reduction on the third and fourth person. Booking deposit is also reduced to €70pp. Cruises must be booked by March 5.
There has never been a better time to visit the United States, with more airline carriers than ever before servicing the US. Aer Lingus announced new routes last year to Miami and Philadelphia, and to Seattle this year commencing in May. Whether you are looking for a city break, an escorted journey across America, a family holiday to Orlando, or a special honeymoon, Fahy Travel has something for everyone. Why not add on a cruise to your holiday from Miami or Orlando to the Caribbean, sail from New York to the Bahamas or Canada/New England, or take a cruise to Alaska from Seattle, the options are endless.
The Connaught Journal of July 1823 reported that Michael Walsh, the nailer of Bridge Street, was in great distress. He was described as being very poor, and though he worked hard, his life had been a struggle for some 12 years now because of a ‘disease of his leg’. The unfortunate man had to have the leg amputated and was now ‘reduced to extreme want’ as he was unable to work. The newspaper highlighted his predicament and hoped that the charitable and humane people of Galway would contribute to his support while he was recovering from the operation. So we know that the nailer was in business there some 200 years ago.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers had a wonderful day in the auction room for its Wild Atlantic Way winter auction on Friday, November 10, with more than 40 properties going under the hammer. Properties sold all along the Wild Atlantic Way including Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim, Roscommon, Galway, Mayo, Clare, and Limerick. There was a superb mix of residential and commercial properties, and also land, up for grabs on the day. Every property performed exceptionally on the day, reaching its reserve or over.
Elaine Mai will perform live at upstairs on Bridge Street as part of the Finbar Hoban Presents series on Friday, November 11. Since the release of her last EP in 2014, Mai has been expanding on her previous critically acclaimed live performances, experimenting with her live show, as well as her approach to song-writing and production.