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... Limerick toward Dingle. My guidebooks describe it as “Ireland’s
Prettiest Village”, so we thought it would be worth a stop for its line of
cutesy thatch-roofed cottages, multitude of pubs serving traditional food, and
remains of a medieval castle and abbeys. Yes, this is what a town in Ireland is
supposed to be like! Like everywhere in Ireland the scenery on County Limerick
is green and verdant. I think one of the reasons ...
... the local team and one of the top rugby squads in Ireland (yes, I ended up buying a Munster hoodie).
Limerick may not have been the prettiest city, but it was a great time with great friends, old and new. Loved it! As we left the city we stopped for a few hours in Adare, the next village over. Very small, but a nice cozy town which produced some good pictures. And then...it was off to see more Irish beauty.
... onto the show stopped - the Clifs! They were breathtakingly beautiful and amazing to see in person. We walked along the paths to see them from almost every angle.
Our final full day in Ireland started with non other than a traditional Irish breakfast. After breakfast Naomi and I parted ways. She went to check out some museums and I headed to the small neighbouring town of Adare where I spent the day walking along the ...
... out to guests, the owner Rose is lovely! They live in the attached house next door. The house is great, lounge room with open fire, big kitchen and a homely feel which is nice to have after staying in hostels and pubs. We spent the evening in front of the fire and chatting away with an Irish man staying here. Friday (7th) best sleep since we left home, comfy bed and pillows. After breakfast (which cereals and toast are included) we walked into the ...
... the room and set off to go into Limerick, to go to the Tourist Office and King John's Castle.
King John's Castle has just had a make over and upgrade and has only opened a month ago. It is a great experience and tells the history of the castle and that of Limerick. It is interactive and informative, overall a great place to visit, as it a tale of Ireland.
After we left King John's Castle we walked around ...