Clarion Suites Limerick
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Good location, helpful staff, good breakfast, clean room and bathroom. This hotel met our criteria and we were very happy with our choice. I would recommend to anyone staying in Limerick.
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Bunratty Castle, The Boutique Motel in Limerick. Had a quieter travel day today. Now trying to get to sleep only staying above a pub. Found a shop in Limerick called Claire's so had to buy something. Cam wasn't that keen to go shopping. Spent quite a long time at King Johns Castle and learned a lot about the history of ...
... around it and watch the educational video in less than an hour so we do. We meet a French Canadian mother and daughter, while we are there, and as we are chatting to them another snow storm comes up. We run to the car-so pleasant to have a warm car in a snowstorm and drive back to Limerick. We leave the snow behind us in Limerick, it follows us to Cashel and then we leave it behind in Cashel as we make our way to a now, sunny Limerick.
We go out to the pub that night ...
... Limerick Pride Parade. Apparently it had been Pride Week all week and the parade was the culmination. This is a pretty big deal in Ireland and I don't think they have been happening all that long. I was amazed at how many people were lined up on the streets, and that was actually pretty cool.
Jen was happy this afternoon as we drove the little red Clio back to the Shannon Airport, which meant she was ...
... makes the Gap look like a stumble.
Great weather, today we could see across the Bay of Galway and see the same lighthouse we went to yesterday. Wasn't going to happen yesterday.
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... had a lot of nice historical context about Ireland, England, and the conflict between the parties. The Treaty Stone is the object on which a peace treaty was signed between the Irish and French parties that were working together and the British government/military. This was signed sometime a little before 1700 and predicated a great deal of the "most recent" animosity between the Irish and British, as ...