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, Sarsfield Bridge, Saint Munchin's Catholic Church, and Belltable Arts Centre.
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          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Limerick

          Limerick, Cashel, Cork, Blarney

          A travel blog entry by jennymurtagh on Aug 11, 2015

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          We left Balleyshannon on Monday and headed south. Our first stop was Mullaghmore where Lord Mountbattan lost his life. Beautiful coastline. Then onto Sligo and Galway and to our accommodation in Limerick. King John's castle in Limerick was very interesting with an overload of history. ...

          Beannachtaí ó Luimneach - Greetings Ireland

          A travel blog entry by julieparker on Aug 04, 2013

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          ... information as there was no parking, so I drove around the block. Once I picked up Marg, we then went in search of parking because we were going to the pub for dinner. The man at the parking for King John's Castle parking area, told us of a gastropub (a pub which has good food) called The Locke.
          The man at the parking area had visited Australia about 10 years ago for his honeymoon and told us how much he enjoyed ...

          The Burren!

          A travel blog entry by terry.graue.9 on Jul 18, 2013

          15 photos

          ... day so that they could buy a bowl of soup and bread. The walls were sometimes unnecessary but were seen as a way to give the poor work rather than outright charity.

          Bal Harbor village

          Leaving County Clare and entering County Galway

          There are 3 Aran Islands outside of the Bay of Galway.

          Galway Hooker - fast boats that transported peat, also a terrific beer!

          Kilcolgan village

          Onwards to Galway!


          Best Surprise of my life

          A travel blog entry by tabbercat on Apr 05, 2013

          ... flying out on Monday. We stopped for lunch at a Italian place in Kildare, which was, once again, good. Then we went to tour the Guinness storehouse. They don't actually make the Guinness here anymore but there is a tour of how they make Guinness and then you can learn how to pour Guinness and you get a free drink. I was the only one out of our group that actually really liked Guinness but everyone ...

          Everything is 'Grand'

          A travel blog entry by gouldfish on Sep 04, 2012

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          ... my neighbors house. He's from Spain, and he was explaining why he loved America.
          His explanation was perfect. He said that he visited New York city and he got a change to stand on Ground Zero. He knew that it was significant, but he said that it suddenly hit him - it was a moment that changed his life. He felt all the pain and anguish of the American people, and felt angry and sad - but then he said he felt uplifted. Amazed that a group of people could overcome such ...