Brookfield Hall

Brookfield, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | Hotel
 

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Day 16. Drogheda to Limerick

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy

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... Church, so we went along to St Munchins but it was all locked up and it was a Church of Ireland. Nothing to be done so we set off again to look at St Mary's Anglican Cathedral, the oldest church in Limerick dating back 900 years. It was full of historic relics. The old fellow collecting the entrance fee told Edie that there was another St Munchins Church, this one Catholic, but where was it? He didn't tell us. We walked down to the main shopping area in O'Connell Street and had ...

Limerick, City of Culture!

A travel blog entry by melepua

... river path to school.

Already a few blog-worthy moments, indirectly related to my topic. It begins!

-One, that on my trek to the city from the airport, I joined another girl who already ordered a taxi and had a rather colorful talk with the driver, sitting up front, horsing around, and learning that, after asking about work opportunities, that I could join the ladies on a street just around the corner from where I live. Sounds like a good job? People here ...

Off the Clift tops

A travel blog entry by julieparker

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... We arrive at the coast road at Ennington and follow the coast besides the hilliest golf course I have ever seen, it was full of hills and tiny mounds, it also must have been the longest. If it had snow on it you could have used it for a mogul run.

We past by a tourist centre called the Cliffs of Mohar Experience, but we were going the whole hog by boat on the Atlantic Ocean looking up at the cliffs from sea level as any sailor would. We arrived at Doolin ...

Best Surprise of my life

A travel blog entry by tabbercat

... and....

I saw my sister and brother-in-law, Stephen!!! I screamed and freaked out and hugged them. It was so amazing!! They had been planning this trip since November all to surprise me and it was so awesome! I had no idea and even other people (family and friends) knew. So good!!

So I showed them my dorm and my campus. I took them to the castle ruins and Mal and Rhonda went up with ...

Blarney and Limerick

A travel blog entry by tippins_rufio

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After much needed late sleep and a hearty Irish breakfast, we continued on our journey. Our first stop en route to Limerick was the famed Blarney Castle. We almost nixed the stop from our itinerary, assuming it was a useless tourist trap, until Colm urged us otherwise. After spending about two hours touring the beautiful grounds, we were all happy to have taken his advice.

The grounds leading to the castle are very nicely manicured, and as we entered we took in the vistas of ...

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This hotel, located on Brookfield, Limerick, is near University of Limerick, University Concert Hall, Water Colour Collection of Ireland, and Black Castle.
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