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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      Easter in Ireland - Part 2

      A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Apr 19, 2014

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      ... in the day. There are several areas with donkeys and cows, and 2 Irish wolf hounds that you can see as well.

      Afterwards we headed back to get ready for a night out on the Irish town. We started at Dave's house were his wife and mates were getting ready. Dave and Ash have a Victorian era house, which they are renovating. I thought it was pretty cool to be staying in such a historic place. With it not getting dark till 10pm, 5 hours ...

      And I'm Home

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 10, 2012

      ... returned home and fell promptly asleep for a heavy nap. I woke up again when a friend of mine who didn’t make it to my party came passing through to say goodbye, thus beginning a series of very sad final meetings.

      Sunday was the final Gaelic football match. My old housemate and his girlfriend, two of my closest friends this year, joined me for lunch and a pint as we watched the match. After the game finished, I dragged them to Flannery’s for a session ...

      Oh, Children

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Jun 24, 2012

      ... 30 when the drill started grinding away. Our next door neighbor ran out there and read them the riot act. To answer your question, yes, Ireland has sound ordinances, but notice the beginning of that statement – Ireland. The Irish love breaking rules. I think our neighbor gave a convincing argument, though, because I haven’t heard the grinding, since. But I digress. I went to the pub and saw a notice on the construction spot, “We ...

      A New Semester, A New Start

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Feb 09, 2012

      ... Rodge,” which is these two puppets that either sing ridiculous songs or tell ridiculous stories, Irish style, meaning, a bit on the risqué side. They were hilarious. You'd think my weekend ended there, but no. As we all know, the Superbowl was on Sunday. BBC Sport broadcasts it, in Irish time, which meant it started here at 11:30pm Sunday night. The young married couple from Arkansas invited me over, so we ate pizza and chips and watched the ...

      Seasoned and dressed, ready for the grill

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 04, 2011

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      ... orange! My strawberries are about an inch large, theirs are giant! Colors, sizes, things I've never seen, the smells, the sounds, the deals, all the Irish people working with each other, wonderful! Kids, adults, young people, old people. It was quite crowded. I bought honey and olive oil that were both harvested in Spain and some local free-range brown eggs. For lunch I ate a sugar crepe and a peach tart from some of the vendors. Yum, healthy. Next week ...