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Galway City of Tribes

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We were really looking forward to seeing Galway especially once we found out my husband is a decedent of one of the 14 tribes or princes. He is part of the Morris family.  He is a list of Galway's founding families and their history:

AthyBlakeBodkinBrowneD'arcyDeaneFfontFfrenchJoyceKirwanLynchMartinMorrisSkerritt



Galway is a very walkable city, especially the medieval streets with lots of shops and landmarks such as Lynch's Castle, St. Nicholas Church where the market is held, the innovative city Museum, Spanish Arch and cobblestoned Latin quarter.   Be sure to check out Claddagh ring an area with lost so restaurants and pubs. The West End also features many restaurants and pubs.



We especially enjoyed wandering the Latin Quarter and walking along the bay.  We were pleasantly surprised to find a traditional Irish music concert being offered at  St. Nicholas Collegiate Church, Lombard St, Galway, H91 PY20, Ireland. St Nicholas opened in 1320 and is t…

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