Address: Glentworth Street, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Glentworth Street, Limerick, is near Brown Thomas, Pery's Square, Tait Clock, and O'Connell Statue.
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      Cliffs of Moher!

      A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips on Mar 01, 2014

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      Our final stop in Ireland: Limerick! After another bus ride, we arrived at our last destination. A quick stop at the tourist office and at our hotel and we were off the explore the city (this had clearly become our routine.)

      Wanting to have a slow relaxing day, we didn't have too much on the agenda. First up, St. Mary's Cathedral. A little disappointing since most of it was under renovation, but still nice. From there, ...

      Limerick, City of Culture!

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 23, 2013

      ... of live folksy, artsy music, so I leave my windows open and am serenaded as I go about my duties. The bar is family owned, my apartment is family owned. A German girl lives in an attic studio upstairs (funny coincidence – we lived together for a few weeks last year!). I am happy. Cold and wet, but happy.

      I’m studying at the University of Limerick with the same professor from last year. Soon I’ll get a bike, brave the rain, hail, and wind, and ...

      Off the Clift tops

      A travel blog entry by julieparker on Aug 05, 2013

      48 photos

      ... pasting some spectacular scenery and bought our tickets on the boat but it was leaving in hour and a half, so we decided to go for the Cliffs of Mohar Experience during this time. Back into the car, and drive to the car park and pay for the Experience.

      Once we paid, we parked the car we walked over the road to the tourist building, it was the shop and kiosk to the area. The cliffs were further over, the wind was blowing and the land fell away to ragged ...

      Blarney and Limerick

      A travel blog entry by tippins_rufio on Mar 11, 2013

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      ... see Skydive Sebastian blog) made me as terrified as I felt in this moment, even though I was restrained by the old man and blocked by rebar across the opening. I squeezed my eyes, kissed the stone and scurried back up as quickly as I could, clinging desperately to the old man as he guided me. Rufio had gone before me, with no trouble at all, and Ryan took his turn last. After the castle we spent some time exploring the ground, complete with a "poison garden", fern garden, horse ...

      Semester One: What you really learn abroad

      A travel blog entry by gouldfish on Dec 17, 2012

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      ... as a result, needs to be eaten in two days or it's moldy.
      26. Free Wifi becomes your best friend.
      27. Don't bring up the monarchy while in Ireland. Or the English in general.
      28. You have to pay to pee in some countries.
      29. If you're Canadian, you love beavers, polar bears, hockey, and you ARE Robin Shibosky.
      30. Movie nights with cookies and popcorn will be better remembered and better cherished than going out and getting drunk.
      31. You will never ...