Clayton Hotel Galway by ccstb1


									Clayton Hotel Galway
     Irish Culture
The Emerald Isle's signature rolling
green hills and meadows are a treat
   for travel-weary vacationers,

    offering calming beauty and
refreshing hospitality like that found
    at the Clayton Hotel Galway.

From ancient stone formations and
  thousand-year-old churches to
    modern shopping centers,

 Ireland's intriguing combination of
turbulent history and jubilantly jolly
   pubs offers something for every

One of the most fascinating things
to see during a trip to Ireland are
        the stone circles,

monoliths and mounds dating
  back thousands of years.

 Burial mounds, known as Court
Cairns and Tumuli, can be found all
       over the countryside.

One such ruin in the Silvermines
Mountains has become exposed
          over time,

  and the many stone chambers
inside are now visible to tourists.

The most impressive stone circle is
 The Lios in Limerick, which dates
         back to 2000 BCE

      and has a distinctly eerie
 atmosphere that is accentuated by
the area's abundant overgrowth and
            crooked trees.

   This giant circle is 150 feet in
diameter and it is attached to a long
          stone-lined path

that leads to two other smaller
         circles nearby.

 For more information about great
tourist destinations that you won’t
  want to miss during your trip to
        Ireland, please visit


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