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I just returned from a week in Galway with my entire family. With eight of us, ranging from 20 to 61, there’s bound to be conflicts, alliances, and laughter. Here are my hard-won tips for multi-generational travel!
Molly McCluskey divides her time between Washington, D.C. and various cities in Europe — but keeps returning to the land of her ancestors, Ireland. She lived in Galway City last summer and will be returning for a second dose of Irish hospitality this summer. Here are a few of her favorite things about the “City of the Tribes.”
Céad míle fáilte, Ireland’s oft-repeated blessing, means “a hundred thousand welcomes.” That promise of hospitality has rung true wherever I’ve traveled in the Emerald Isle, but I’ve never felt more welcome than I did in Galway. And nothing embodies that spirit quite like Frank Maher of the Petra House Bed & Breakfast. Here are a few of Frank’s favorite things about his hometown.
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