Castletroy Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Piece of advice for travellers to Ireland... Don't rely on Sat Navs!! Ireland has no postcodes or street signs or street numbers & it sends the sat navs into meltdown. So finding our way to Limerick was via Lough (loch) Derg ... Which is about 50kms from where we should have been.
Lough Derg, is a pretty spot & we loved seeing it but it wasn't where we wanted to go!!
So advise is... Take maps... ...
... crashing up against the shore. When we arrived at the Cliffs of Moher, it was pouring rain with gusts of 30mph. Undeterred, we purchased our tickets and parked our car. As the lady at the front desk advised, "Wait a couple of minutes because the weather will likely change." If there's one thing we've learned from this trip so far, it's that rain is nearly certain but passes quickly. By the time we had figured out our bearings, ...
... to Galway was 15 euro and the journey was about 100km. The bus left at 12:15 and I was in Galway, checked into my hotel - Forster Court - by 2 p.m. - not bad! The room, however, is a closet compared to my hotel room in Limerick. But the location is right in the city centre which is fantastic!! The internet still has coin operated computers....grrrrr! No pictures yet - sorry!
Time to look around....after I finish my tea, of course!
... the 11000 acres given to the Irish people and is for the most part left in its wild state.
Our ride ended up at Ross Castle - which is starting to fall apart, but is still an imposing sight. Also it is right on the shore of the lake so has a wonderful view. We wandered around here for a while and then it was back in the car and back to the hotel. I think our horse was glad to be rid of us because it was so hot and humid, the poor thing ...
... down over the years which – according to the blurb - are normally only visible under the sea. We drove through part of The Burren, a special conservation area (about 250 sq km) because of its landscape and flora. There is hardly any soil – just limestone rocks – but it supports a range of plants from arctic-alpine to Mediterranean.
We also went to a place called Kilkee in Co Clare, on ...