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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Our drive began in the rain this morning, but soon the sun came out with some stunning cloudscapes over the mountains. We drove on the other side of Dingle Bay today. We did a lay by (roadside stop) to view some structures called beehive houses that are about 800 years old. No one really knows what the purpose of these houses are. They are dry …
8:30 start Rest stop Westport (bridges), The region of the Cannamera white horses and Galway-Claudagh. Some misty rain today. The first time we had to get the rain jackets out for that purpose. The Claudaugh ring - when the heart points to the fingertips it means your heart is open or available and when it points to yourself your heart has been taken. This was basically a travel day. Some comfort stops until we got to Limerick. After some ...
... 20 minutes before the wind and rained picked back up. Though we planned to spend some more time exploring the area, the weather dictated we leave early for Limerick and we hit the road again, satisfied from the couple hours of great views. We checked into our hotel in the heart of Limerick and immediately set out for dinner at a local pub that advertised Irish Dancing lessons every Tuesday night. Unfortunately, when we ...
... of their plates. I wouldn’t tell them what it was until they tried it! I told one group that it was fried cow dung. One person believed me!
We met Dr. Clem Higginbotham at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT). After some brief introductions, we were given a presentation on the history of AIT and their plastics programs. Several of the AIT students got up a presented on their research. I was impressed that our students asked a few ...
... Nicer places might expect a tip, but not very much, I was told. It saves me money, so cheers to that.
I then went and got some food at the Spar, which is like a small-scale grocery store. After this, I returned home and decided on what I'd do. My fellow students and I heard about some "Fourth of July" festival that was going on in downtown Limerick a couple miles away. Obviously, the Irish love any opportunity to say "**** the British." A few of ...