Killeline Hotel & Leisure Club

Address: Cork Road, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cork Road, Limerick.
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Travel Blogs from Limerick

Between a Rock and a good place.

A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 13, 2015

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... a long way to Tipperary? Whoever it was was wrong. It's an easy drive from Cashel. And it's really close to Limerick.
Another very good B'nB. A surprisingly modern home but again very welcoming and friendly. We are just outside Limerick and in a spot that makes evening meal easy and has very easy access to suitable roads for tomorrow. We go parallel to the motorway but on significantly smaller and more interesting roads. There's ...

The Burren

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 19, 2014

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... not like previous visits where you could have walked straight up and over the top and fallen into the sea!! The cliffs, 8 km. long, rise to 214 metres at the highest point and are home to numerous birds at nesting time. O'Brien's Tower stands guard at one end.   Drove on again to Limerick, to be greeted by cousin Niall, his wife Paula and daughters Eimear and Sarah. Another great evening of family catch up. It has been so great to see all my relatives again and be welcomed so ...

Day 16. Drogheda to Limerick

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

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... and showed her a painting of the church we were in with a much smaller building along side. This was the original church were Edie's great,great grandparents were married, but it was no longer there. There was just an empty space. However, we had made progress even if the building was no longer there. Standing on this spot, we could look across the river at the Castle and St Mary's Cathedral and know that they would have seen this exact view and walked on this same ground. By now ...

Doughnuts and breaking the rules!

A travel blog entry by ucfgirl55 on Mar 15, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... The Burren. The Burren is an area of Ireland that is really rocky hills/mountains. Somewhere in the middle - is a spiritual rock formation ... Or burial ground. According to the information: this formation (man made) is about 1000 yrs older than Stonehenge. And they have no idea how they made it!!! After leaving the Burren, on my way to The cliffs of Moher - I didn't exactly get lost but I kinda was driving on a one ...

Sun, Chill, and All Things Inbetween

A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 14, 2013

... 12846292038483 times better than any milk I get at home, and is kinder to my waist. And makes a pretty tasty latte, I must admit.) I poured my latte into a take-away mug, wandered to a lookout point over the river and facing the castle, and parked for two hours, sharing a bench with a Polish man (Me: “Where are you from?” Him: “I am from Polish”), book in hand, pure joy. Sadly, as the sun set, so did the warmth, and I too soon had to scurry on ...

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