Desmond Lodge

Address: Lough Gur , Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Lough Gur , Limerick, is near Lough Gur Visitor Centre and Lough Gur.
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    Travel Blogs from Limerick

    Limerick to the Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... to Brandon Creek where St Brendan set off on his voyage. There was even an oxhide curragh boat there. Then back to Dingle and along the southern part of the peninsula. We stopped at Inch Strand for an hour or two hoping the rain might clear (it didn't). Then northeast to Killarney which was a lovely town and lots happening even though it was after 6pm on a Sunday evening.
    We waited for the Tesco's to open the next morning and then drove to the Killarney National Park ...

    My Fifth Day In Ireland

    A travel blog entry by wheretonext1988 on May 05, 2014

    After a late night of drinking last night, today was spent doing not much at all. There were plans, but they didn't happen.

    There really isn't much to tell about today. All that happened was I made some macadamia, which chocolate and cranberry cookies and played games with everyone.

    It was a very relaxed day.

    That was my fifth day.
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    Limerick, City of Culture!

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 23, 2013

    ... or inheriting Hermione Granger’s time traveling watch thing. I first took a tour of the Medieval city walls. Although the Limerick walls are no longer imposing on the city, bits and pieces still remain, reminding us of sieges and victories of days long past. Some parts of the walls are in areas where innocent wanderers should not roam alone, so I especially appreciated that I could visit these spots on a large, safe, intriguing tour.

    Our tour ended by King ...

    Day 12 - Connemara, Galway & Limerick

    A travel blog entry by franmart on Sep 19, 2013

    14 photos

    A scenic drive through the beautiful Connemara region to visit the famous marble factory. Continue to Galway where we see St Nicholas Cathedral, the Spanish Arch and Eyre Square. Stay tonight in Limerick, famous for rhymes, lace and Georgian houses. Hotel George Boutique Hotel
    Morning tea stop at Cong with visit to the ruins of ...

    Beannachtaí ó Luimneach - Greetings Ireland

    A travel blog entry by julieparker on Aug 04, 2013

    17 photos

    ... information as there was no parking, so I drove around the block. Once I picked up Marg, we then went in search of parking because we were going to the pub for dinner. The man at the parking for King John's Castle parking area, told us of a gastropub (a pub which has good food) called The Locke.
    The man at the parking area had visited Australia about 10 years ago for his honeymoon and told us how much he enjoyed ...