Travelodge Limerick

Address: Ennis Road N18, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ennis Road N18, Limerick, is near Brown Thomas, Saint Munchin's Catholic Church, Belltable Arts Centre, and St. John's Square.
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      Travel day

      A travel blog entry by kharby on Sep 19, 2014

      31 photos

      8:30 start Rest stop Westport (bridges), The region of the Cannamera white horses and Galway-Claudagh. Some misty rain today. The first time we had to get the rain jackets out for that purpose. The Claudaugh ring - when the heart points to the fingertips it means your heart is open or available and when it points to yourself your heart has been taken. This was basically a travel day. Some comfort stops until we got to Limerick. After some ...

      Western Coastline... Dodging Raindrops

      A travel blog entry by mikeandbridget on May 06, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... seafood and local craft beers as we listened to college students play some fantastic music. Envisioning traditional Irish music, we assumed musicians would be older, and it was a pleasure to see this style of music being practiced by the younger generations. Tomorrow, we explore the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry before making our way through Killarney National Park. Expect LOTS of pictures tomorrow. We can't wait! ...

      Encounters and Farewells

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 14, 2012

      ... 8221; We went next door to listen to bluegrass at the Curragower (I hid in the hallway so that I wouldn’t be asked to sing. The lead came after they finished and said, “You got away with it this time!”) and then headed over to, oh guess, Costello’s. As questionable as that place is, I’m sure going to miss it. My Dingle friends are their father’s sons, meaning they are absolute messers. In a very large corner booth directly across from where ...

      Never an iron could hold, THIS wild colonial boy!

      A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on May 20, 2012

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... Gulp a second third, order your next pint, so by the time you've thrown your next three darts and downed the last third, it's ready to start the process over again. This was all learnt over the post dinner show at O'Conners traditional Irish pub. It was a one man show about a guy closing his pub for the last time, preformed by a man named Pa'. He was craic! Loud, funny, true Irish, and he came with a money back guarantee. He told us, and made sure we knew ...

      Bones and Things

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Dec 14, 2011

      1 comment

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      On our way back to the market (but of course we were returning!) we saw some men attach themselves to a gargantuan reindeer puppet and walk away. That sure turned heads. We bought desserts at a French pastry booth (French people at the market, too) and ran for cover into a temporary beer garden structure. By this time, the wind and rain was so torrential that we thought the structure would fly away. Everyone inside looked around, ...