Greenhills Conference and Leisure Hotel

Ennis Road, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ennis Road, Limerick, is near Brown Thomas, Saint Munchin's Catholic Church, Belltable Arts Centre, and St. John's Square.
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    Travel Blogs from Limerick

    Cliffs of Moher!

    A travel blog entry by sarahs-trips on Mar 01, 2014

    71 photos

    ... s Castle wasn't a far walk. The museum leading up to the castle was one of the most interactive and fun museums I have been in. (refer to the pictures of me dressed up as a knight!) Along with being fun, it retold the history of the castle, including the siege that took place in 1642. We were then able to walk around the castle itself, which was just as fun and interesting.
    After the castle, we walked across town to a ...

    Limerick, City of Culture!

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 23, 2013

    ... two men, then I joined them, then another and another and another, circle getting bigger, everyone friendly and inviting. Common denominator – beautiful weather. (Now don’t get too excited about that weather. It will take a major turn to the dumps soon!) (Sidenote: The same travellers are singing and playing classic jazz or rock tunes in a corner downstairs now. They are not performing, they just know that this is a friendly pub where they can get together with ...

    Off the Clift tops

    A travel blog entry by julieparker on Aug 05, 2013

    55 photos

    ... boat. Off out to sea, watching the land move away and then the cliffs towered over us. They were huge, dark and foreboding; rugged but alive with nesting birds circling around. The weather was perfect sunny and clear although the wind was blowing and the waves rocked the boat so much so you slid across the seat. It was a great experience.

    We returned to dock and walked around the dock and bay. We decided to return to the car and go to Bunratty Castle, which ...

    Blarney and Limerick

    A travel blog entry by tippins_rufio on Mar 11, 2013

    136 photos

    ... for Stab City.

    Our accommodation in Limerick boasted a great view of St. John's castle and St. Mary's Cathedral. After a quick break we headed out in the biting cold to find food and drink. We were dismayed to find the city rather quiet on a Monday evening, although fewer people on the street made it easier for me to check for knives on passer-bys, for which I was relieved. The cold drove us into the first open eatery we saw, the Locke Oyster Bar. The promise of fresh Irish ...

    Travelers (Gypsies) and Old Men

    A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 17, 2012

    6 photos

    ... with enough time to get back home and then return downtown to meet the group was late, and it subsequently screwed me.  I did get to see some "members of the traveling community" though while waiting for the bus.  "Travelers" or "Members of the Traveling Community" is the politically-correct way of referring to Gypsies, who are fairly prominent over here in Ireland.  On our bus tour up to Galway, I asked the bus driver ...