Glentworth Street, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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Kisses to goal kicks

A travel blog entry by laceys.log


Better weather this morning and we were ready to go at 8.30. When we checked out they gave me a small sample set of the hotel spa's special shampoo and conditioner which was a nice gesture. We'd certainly recommend the Imperial, the staff members were all pleasant without being overpowering and all were helpful. I liked the uneven floors and there …

Day 16. Drogheda to Limerick

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy


... way to the coach park. We had about 45 minutes to wait before the 7.00 bus to Limerick. It pulled in on time and the luggage compartment opened inviting us to put our cases in. We then climbed aboard and bought one way tickets for €18 each. It was a 3 hour 50 minute journey. We followed the expressway but did not actually go on it. There were about 8 stops along the way where people got on or off. The countryside looked prosperous and the towns old and interesting. We arrived ...

Limerick, City of Culture!

A travel blog entry by melepua

Did you miss me? Although I haven't done much as a doctoral student, yet, I thought I’d orient you a little bit.

I’ve settled in rather nicely. I live smack dab in the middle of town right above Bourke’s Bar. My place, both quirky and marvelous, was built in the mid-1800s. Huge windowsills, thick walls, 100 year old mold, modern facilities installed willy nilly, a steep and dark stairwell. "Character" might be the right word for it. The bar ...

More beautiful scenery

A travel blog entry by michelesh


... have also preserved the language. The islanders were fisherman, and supplemented their diets with gardens and sea bird eggs. Because of their lifestyle, they were not as affected by the Irish potato famine, and while nearly half of the population of Ireland died or emigrated, the residents of the Blasket Islands lost only a few.

We had lunch in Dingle, and a comfort stop in Adare. We settled into our hotel room, set on ...

Roller Jam and Irish Stew

A travel blog entry by jmatczak


... e there, except a few people who were very good. We skated, drank some wine and skated a bit more. After that, we took a cab to Dolan's Pub where I got to try potato leek soup and Irish stew, accompanied with a Smithwick. It was a cool, traditional pub with music, but the men were singing mainly "American songs" like Landslide and stuff by Elvis. I was kind of like, where are the songs about the potato ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Glentworth Street, Limerick, is near Brown Thomas, Pery's Square, O'Connell Statue, and Tait Clock.
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