A Night in Galway

von Felix

Saturday afternoon I took the intercity to Galway although I did not feel to well. I simply did not want to miss this semester’s last trip with the InCuSo. The ride with Iarnród Éireann was very comfortable: a brand new train with light interior and comfortable seats. It took me about 140 minutes to get from Heuston, Dublin to the city centre of Galway. The price of €19,50 for a student ticket was okay as well.

When I arrived at quarter past seven, I was picked up by some friends and led to the Snoozels Hostel, which is a great place to stay. Thank you, guys!

The first shock: there was no bed left for me. No one knew where I could sleep. After about half an hour Klaus showed up and I jokingly asked him whether he happened to have a spare bed. I did not really expect his answer to be “Yeah, sure. We reserved one in our room for you.” Great. Thank you, guys!

Later we all went to Cuba, a night club with surprisingly good music. What a pity that I was sick. Nevertheless, we had a good time.

As it was already dark when I arrived, I did not see that much of Galway, which seems to be a nice place. I think I’ll have go there again next year.

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