Clarion Suites Limerick
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClarion Suites Limerick
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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... usual infrastructure problems that are not there to support them Lovely golf course at Lhinche on Liscannor bay. No buggies allowed, no trees, many mounds and very high winds make the course both difficult and popular. We travelled 264 km round trip to the Clare Coast and viewed it from the 204m Cliffs of Moher. Moher stands for Mouth of the Aille River. The O'Brien's built a stone tower in 1835 and you can see the Aran Islands in Galway ...
... off to have a look, another gorgeous little town! We arrive in Abbeyfeale, and decided to continue on to Killorglin also stopping at Cathersiveen photo of a church on the ring of Kerry. The drive was an incredibly beautiful along this coastal road in county Kerry. Late in the afternoon we were at Sheehans Point and the wind was blowing a gale! Awesome scenery looking over the entrance to the Kenmare River. We stopped at the hotel ...
... I'm not referring to their footballs anthem, the Aussie Aussie Aussie anthem or their drunken bucks made up song. I mean serious patriotic if you like local songs?
On another evening I caught up with the Collie group of friends that had travelled over for the wedding. We all want out for dinner, so it was my first opportunity to meet my friends daughter. she's almost two and such a cutie. Also an old school friend I haven't seen since those first years out of school, so ...
... went by tour bus about 25 miles further inland to the Limerick area.
Foynes is a small town of about 600 people. There is a large industrial plant which receives ore by ship for processing in the factory, hence there is a dock located at Foynes of sufficient size to berth our ship. About 3 or 4 small cruise ships visit Foynes each year to gain access to the Limerick area of Ireland. Our ship is the smallest in ...
... t say I've heard before, "For eff's sake!" And here, I hear it several times a day. Usage example:Me - "For St. Patrick's Day we should watch Darby O'Gill and the Little People." Irish response - "For eff's sake!" Nothing else, case closed. I could go on with funny swears, but I won’t for sake of boring you all with too much writing on one subject. But I will end with this: the part that amazes me the most is that NOBODY CARES. Words ...