Travel Blogs from Limerick
... is hard to tell what's happening. We arrived at our hotel and Leonie went to check all was ok, Rod and I grabbed some bags and headed on in to the foyer. They had double booked! The phoned another hotel and we drove to that one, it was lovely and the manager was so helpful but also advised us that they were also booked out! So while he sorted some accommodation for us he asked us to take a seat in the lounge. He was so helpful he even ...
We woke up and headed off to Doolin Cave. We got there mid-morning and were led into the cave by a young man of about sixteen. He had a great sense of humor and was making everyone laugh. He was also quite knowledgeable about the caves history, an caves in general. The entrance was quite unassuming- just a gate into what looked like a cellar. We walked I'm and proceeded to walk down 125 steps. Harder down than up, surprisingly! We got ...
... where we literally did
a Marval movie marathon from one in the afternoon until I think three in
the morning. I'm going to really miss this past week. I think I'm going
to miss it the most when I'm sitting in my Monday 9am lecture... or
when I'm catching up on all the homework that I missed in the past
week. I don't regret anything. Maybe the sore throat and cold I'm developing. But really, I don't. I took a break on the 'no ...
... and Abbey Bridge,
All this was familiar to me from the city and I often watched boats pass through and was always envious of them.
We didn't have any charts of the river up to Killaloe so we were a bit apprehensive.of the journey.
It took an hour to get to Ardnacrusha and we were lucky that there was only one turbine running.
The dam in Ardnacrusha was built in 1925 by a German Firm,it was put on line in 1927 and cost £5 million producing ...
... and walked back home.
You know, as annoying my little encounters this week were, they are also one main reason why I love Ireland. Sociality, spontaneity, spontaneous sociality. I just have not experienced anything like it at home. California friends, be prepared to start a revolution. A revolution of spontaneous sociality.
So that was my week, or two. Geesh, I thought I wasn’t up to much and was prepared to tell you, “This week I mosied ...
Other places to stay in Limerick
Lower Mallow Street, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $50
- What a dive!
- Surprising find
- Very mediocore
Southern Ring Road, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $56
Steamboat Quay, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $79
- Just Grand
- Excellent Hotel
- Clarion was good
Ennis Road, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $89
- Lesiure centre
- Tour group food service poor, rooms hot
- Utter relaxation
O'Connell Street, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $69
Raheen Roundabout , Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $62
Ennis Road, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $92
Sir Harry's Mall, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $78
- Absolute-ly FANTASTIC!!
- Just loved this hotel
Dublin Road, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $73
Henry Street, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $97
Punch's Cross, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $62
- Classiest hotel around
- Patric Punches Hotel
Dublin Road, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $89
Ennis Road, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $95
Ennis Road N18, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $47
Glentworth Street, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $61
Ennis Road, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $64
Ennis Road, Limerick | 2 star hotelfrom $75
Denmark Street, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $64
The Georgian Quarter, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $157
Parnell Street, Limerick | Hotelfrom $33
Sarsfield Bridge, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $63