Feminine Hygienic Products in Galway: What’s available/what’s legal/where to buy them? In Galway, you’re good to go on feminine hygiene products. Everything is available and it’s all legal. Tampons and pads can be found at pharmacies and grocery.
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Here we present an expert guide to this vibrant and youthful city that one of the most renowned figures in Irish politics calls home. These recommendations, and hundreds more, can be found in the free Telegraph Travel Guides app. The app features expert.
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The official title of the culinary capital of Ireland is one that’s often disputed ... Though smaller than these two contenders, Galway refuses to be ruled out, making up for what it lacks in size with passion, pride and, most importantly, incredibly.
LONDON (Reuters) - Known as Ireland's most Irish city ... arts festivals in November and the Continental Christmas Market. Here are tips for getting the most out of the Galway area from Reuters, whose 2,600 journalists in all parts of the world offer.
Ireland’s “commuting class” is growing, as increasing numbers travel longer distances - by choice or necessity ... At the same time, I was trying to build my house on the home farm in Galway. Since 2011, my time abroad has been less; normally.
On Ireland ... Galway is small and quite walkable, but if you want to take the bus around town, then fares are about 2.10 EUR. A weekly pass is 20.20 EUR. You can save money with the Leap Visitor Card, which costs 10 EUR for 1 day of unlimited travel.
Galway has a reputation for being at the forefront of Ireland's organic food movement. Sample the culinary best of the west at lunch in restaurant-cafe Kai on Sea Road, on the western side of the river Corrib. The decor is recycled, with jam jars turned.