Limerick City Hotel
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Last weekend my roommates and I (and a few of Christina's friends) decided to take a minibus tour through the area known as The Burren. This area is located in northwest county Clare and is known for its beauty and stone landscape. During our minibus ride we got to know our bus driver and tour guide Tony. He told us all about the Burren and the landscape as well as all about his family. He was hilarious! He talked ...
... looked very uninviting. Probably a bit of a overcharge but the driver was quite informative and it was pleasant. Tried to see another castle ( thousands of them) but we were too late and it was getting even colder. So started heading toward Limerick and Clarion Hotel. The drive to Limerick was uneventful but we did pass though some impressive country. The Clarion was very nice and had a good meal and hit the ...
... and passing the evening with the usual banter, until the pub closed and we were all kicked out. Upon exiting the pub, the two guys who followed me and the other girl to the Icon saw me and said, “You left us!” Because right, we invited them over with us, NOT. I tried to chat a bit but it wasn’t really working too well because they were not terribly happy about the night’s proceedings, so I turned back around and talked to my friends, instead before I ...
... town, but then I remembered that the Great Limerick Run was happening and it sounded like a grand event. The Great Limerick Run is a half or full marathon where participants run for charities. Or walk. Or run/walk. I woke up, pulled my curtains open wide, and Lo and Behold! There was the Great Limerick Run, right outside my window! I had perfect seats! I guess that’s what happens with marathons – the path takes runners all around the ...
... did mention
that the Christmas season is upon us, didn't I? The other day as I got
up from my seat in the living room to the kitchen, I sang, "Tis the
season to be jolly and joyous" and my Irish housemate answered,
"falala!" Makes me all fuzzy warm inside to know that the Muppet
Christmas Carol (my all time favorite Christmas movie) is loved on the
other side of the world. Another small thing that shrinks the world
just a ...