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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      The Burren

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 19, 2014

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      ... covering 250 square kilometres of County Clare. Barren and beautiful, stone walls, stone ruins and sheep and cattle everywhere.   Stopped to look at Ballyportry Castle, a restored tower castle you can stay in for a mere 2400 Euros a week! Then on for coffee at Corrofin. The small communities look so clean, well kept and prosperous, in spite of the surrounding country looking so barren. Corrofin even had a small camp site, but we did not need to stay.   Then passed the ...

      Day 16. Drogheda to Limerick

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

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      ... at 10.50 and caught a taxi to the Strand Hotel on the banks of the River Shannon. It was too early for us to get into our room, so we just booked in, stowed our suitcases, and went exploring. The weather today is sunny and about 20C.. We set off along the Shannon River towards King Johns Castle in English Town. It was beautiful as there were flowers blooming all along the river. White swans floated with the tidal current. Edie's great, great grandparents were married in St ...

      The Treaty Stone

      A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 12, 2012

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      ... American cities. Afterward, we got some food at the Tesco (like an Irish QFC or Safeway) for the night, next day, as we would be traveling after class to Galway along the scenic coastal route.

      We headed home, I made some food, and watched the news to see if anything eventful happened in Ireland/UK/the world. July 12th is the day of the Orangemen marches throughout Northern Ireland that ...

      A Scattering of Random Adventures

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Feb 18, 2012

      ... have no idea when that might be, so I sit forward in my seat, looking intently out the window and reading as many street signs as I possibly can to get my bearings. Except for the big cities, all the cities in Ireland are small (wait - that sentence makes it sound more obvious than it really is). So when I got to my town, I got off the bus at the stop, what I thought was the only stop (Limerick has just one stop!). While there was a Bus Eireann sign, I could find ...

      And We're Off!

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 19, 2011

      ... Creepy, poorly wigged dummies were set up in the different rooms to show us how people lived.

      I walked back to the apartment just in time for my housemate to invite me and my other housemates to a night out in the city. The sociology department at UL did a book release about an Irish 90s musician named Morrissey at this great pub called Dolan's which has a little stage in the back and is known for it's nightly plethora of music and other ...