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Travel Blogs from Limerick
... at the Powerhouse. I learn so much there-I even experience a terrifying end of world atmosphere from a viking perspective-everything assaults the senses(all of them too).
After that experience, I was sort of glad to be outside. I went back to the hotel and ran into Pete who was going to visit Oscar Wilde's residence. I didn't even know he had lived here; coincidentally, either had Pete but he had been staring at the map and had seen it.
To get there we ...
... to Brandon Creek where St Brendan set off on his voyage. There was even an oxhide curragh boat there. Then back to Dingle and along the southern part of the peninsula. We stopped at Inch Strand for an hour or two hoping the rain might clear (it didn't). Then northeast to Killarney which was a lovely town and lots happening even though it was after 6pm on a Sunday evening.
We waited for the Tesco's to open the next morning and then drove to the Killarney National Park ...
... discovered that lessons were only from September to April... we had missed it by just a week! Unfazed, we turned to our backup plan (and intended pub for later in the night), Locke Bar. Walking along the Shannon River, we unexpectedly spotted King John's Castle. Locke Bar has traditional irish music late at night and when we arrive, we were pleasantly surprised that they had started nearly an hour early. We spent the night ...
Went to Blarney Castle today. The castle is old but it is humbling to stand in the rooms and dream of how the gentry and servants would have stood in the same place, hundreds of years ago. Before Australia was even discovered...
There are stone steps polished flat from years of feet trudgin up and down the stone stairwells. Wider stairs for the gentry, narrow for the ...
... was the most frigid of them all. When I woke up and peeled myself out of my very warm bed, I could see my own breath! I referred to my handy-dandy iPhone weather report and saw that Limerick was a mere 36 degrees Fahrenheit. 36 degrees! Between about 8am – 12pm! I found the warmest wooly tights, shorts, thick socks, Doc Martens, an undershirt, a fuzzy shirt, a sweater, a jacket, a scarf (and still no gloves). As I’m walking out to catch the bus, some ...
Other places to stay in Limerick
Lower Mallow Street, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $59
- What a dive!
- Surprising find
- Very mediocore
Southern Ring Road, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $64
- On the way to the castle.
- Beautiful hotel, great ser…
Steamboat Quay, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $88
- Just Grand
- Excellent Hotel
- Clarion was good
Ennis Road, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $90
- Lesiure centre
- Tour group food service poor, rooms hot
- Utter relaxation
Shannon Street, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $84
- Quite nice.
Ennis Road, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $107
Sir Harry's Mall, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $101
- Great hotel
- Absolute-ly FANTASTIC!!
Dublin Road, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $76
The Savoy Henry Street, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $107
Punch's Cross, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $62
- Classiest hotel around
- Patric Punches Hotel
Dublin Road, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $105
- Beautiful Hotel at a great…
Ennis Road, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $105
- Good Place to Stay
18 Ennis Road, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $61
Glentworth Street, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $63
Ennis Road, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $77
Woodfield House Hotel Ennis Road, Limerick | 2 star hotelfrom $79
- Nice Rooms - Bad Restauran…
Denmark Street, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $73
The Georgian Quarter, Limerick | 4 star hotelfrom $134
Parnell Street, Limerick | Hotelfrom $33
Sarsfield Bridge, Limerick | 3 star hotelfrom $65
- For the preice, grand.