Greenhills Conference and Leisure Hotel

Address: 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, Sarsfield Bridge, and Belltable Arts Centre.
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          Between a Rock and a good place.

          A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 13, 2015

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          ... choir house, small church) built over a period of about 500 years. The site however was used since about the second century by the kings of the region for protection and for various ceremonies. It is very impressive and it was good to do a walking tour of the complex. It was surprisingly cheap to get in (the advantage of senior citizenship!) and the tour guide was excellent (and free). Apart from the weather it was great.
          Who ...

          The Burren

          A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 19, 2014

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          ... Leamanagh, another huge castle tower, and the ruin of Caran Church.   We tried to look at Caherconnell Stone Fort, 1500-500BC, but it was closed for winter. Did get to look at the Poulnabrone Dolmen, a portal tomb dating from 4200-2900 BC.   Then on through Lisdoonvarna and Doolin to the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland's top visitor attraction. Such amazing cliffs with a fantastic walk along the top, preceded by great 'underground' visitors  centre. All very new ...

          Day 16. Drogheda to Limerick

          A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 31, 2014

          10 photos

          ... for lunch. The tourist information bureau was next door, so we asked them where to find St Munchins. Turns out we had passed it on the way to the Castle. We kept going forward because we wanted to locate the Archives Office which we will be visiting next Tuesday. This achieved we decided to backtrack to the Church. There was a wedding taking place when we got there. So we waited until we could go into the church. Finally Edie got to talk to somebody and he took her into a ...

          The Burren!

          A travel blog entry by terry.graue.9 on Jul 18, 2013

          15 photos

          ... the eastern portal stone in 1985. Following the resulting collapse, the dolmen was dismantled, and the cracked stone was replaced. Excavations during that time found that between 16 and 22 adults and six children were buried under the monument. Personal items buried with the dead included a polished stone ax, a bone pendant, quartz crystals, weapons and pottery. In the Bronze Age, around 1700 BCE, a newborn baby was buried in the portico, just outside ...

          The time we wiggled our noses and woke up in Eire

          A travel blog entry by maura.gill on May 26, 2013

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          ... friendly, but we just couldn't figure it out. Thankfully, we were only 20 minutes from the Shannon Airport so we headed back to the Hertz station for assistance. When we got back, the attendant tried a few things and showed us, very simply, how to lock the door by pushing in the handle on the interior. I felt like such a silly girl at the time, but we were happy to be able to lock the car, and got back on the road. We then zoomed off, on the left, for the Cliffs of ...