What is the first thing that pops up in my head about Eyre street?
For me it's one of those Galway short cuts, you take it without thinking and always in a hurry. Next time you are there, take my advice, slow down and enjoy all the colourful shop fronts. Also, a little hint, if you start counting you would be amazed by the amount of hairdressers and cafes they had fitted on this short street.
So, next time you are in Galway, visit Eyre street, admire some gorgeous street art, stop for a coffee or tea in one of those cosy cafes and then continue on your way. Life goes on, but we need to stop and live a little...
I know some people don't even think twice about doing this walk since they live just right next to it but hey, we are not all neighbors all right?!
We went there on a cloudy grey weekend day with the two boxers and boy was that a mistake..It was so muddy and full of people...
The dogs had a blast meeting so many furry friends but I am not really fond of mud up to my ankles (really in some parts) but it is a very popular walk so a lot of people come here with dogs, kids and friends.
I prefer something more secluded and peaceful..So I can let the dogs run and play while I take photos..
But every path is worth exploring and this is definitely the place to go if you are looking for a leisurely walk with the kids.