Galway Bay

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Galway Bay,

inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, 30 mi (48 km) long, W Republic of Ireland, in counties Galway and Clare. The Aran Islands protect its entrance. Numerous islands dot the Galway Bay, which receives water from Lough Corrib.
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A round on the testing (even without the wind) par 72 Galway Bay course was followed a day later by a drive inland to county Offaly and Portumna golf course.
The penthouse suites had access to their own rooftop terraces with a spectaular view over Galway Bay and the Clare mountains.
What's more the Galway Bay Hotel offers its very own kids activity camp where football, treasure hunts, quizzes, mini-olympics and discos are all part of the fun.
Inland Fisheries Ireland has recently issued a number of statements opposing the Galway Bay proposal because of the issue with sea lice as infestations remain above permitted levels.
A massive hitter who should be well suited by the length of Galway Bay and its lack of trees on the 13 links-style holes, there is no substitute for winning and he rates excellent each-way value at 40-1.
The Tracy Piggott Galway Bay Underwater Challenge is the first of many fund-raising initiatives launched by the Irish and British racing communities in order to support the charity, which was launched by Bertie Ahern, Ireland's Taoiseach, last month.
There will be a party at the Galway Bay Hotel that night - and we hope to raise more money there," she says.
Kick-starting with Galway's Best Hotels Race Day, all seven races on today's card are sponsored by Galway's leading hotels; Carlton Hotel, Radisson Blu, Galway Bay Hotel, Hotel Meyrick, the g Hotel, Claregalway Hotel, Clayton Hotel, Galway Oyster Hotel and the Pillo Hotel.
For a change of scenery, take a winding drive around Galway Bay before heading south through a stone-studded countryside dotted with ancient churches to the dazzling cliffs of Moher.
The hardy group, most of whom are very experienced triathletes, will swim 13kilometres across Galway Bay for Cancer Care West.
He was last seen in Galway City on March 8 and his body was found on the shores of Galway Bay last Friday.
I loved messing around on the boat thanks to the lads from the Galway Bay Sailing Club.