Limerick Strand Hotel

Address: Ennis Road, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ennis Road, Limerick, is near Hunt Museum, Arthur's Quay Park, Arthur's Quay Shopping Centre, and Saint Munchin's Catholic Church.
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    Travel Blogs from Limerick

    Come to Limerick with me

    A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Mar 02, 2015

    5 comments, 5 photos

    Our new hotel is amazing! In fact, I would go so far as to say that it is one of the best places in Ireland to stay.

    We decide to stay there two nights as it is only two hours from Dublin. We will explore the region in the meantime. It is cold for spring here. It snows three times in one day and after each snow the sun comes out. The …

    Limerick Charm

    A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Sep 04, 2013

    29 photos

    ... are typically not fans. Although, I did read to try one here because it will taste different/better. We both actually really liked it, and it went great with my bowl of steamed mussels. Limerick is charming. People are nice, the River Shannon is a nice touch and it seems very laid back.

    After heading back to the conference keynote and reception where we got welcomed by the Mayor, we decided to take advantage of the ...

    Day Six – Puke City

    A travel blog entry by meckley on Oct 16, 2012

    36 photos

    ... happy. They apparently can’t keep up with us old folk!

    I was excited for our next stop, the Cliffs of Moher. I really enjoyed this area the last time we were here. The cliffs run for 5 miles along the Atlantic coastline. At their highest point, they are about 700 feet high. Every year there are deaths from people getting too close to the edge. One of the students got a little too close and some woman snapped that ...

    Trail Walkin' and the Plassey Mill

    A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 10, 2012

    22 photos

    ... boats dotted the river bank. We soon came upon an old ruin-like structure that I later learned is called the Plassey Mill. It is an old water mill built in 1824; all that remains is a single tower with a spiral stair-case leading the entire way up the tower. It is mostly intact, with only one step missing, but caution is still urged on all those who decide to go inside.

    I didn't hesitate to climb into the tower and go up as high as ...

    A Scattering of Random Adventures

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Feb 18, 2012

    ... kicked me off the call as I was talking, all for an address confirmation! BLLEEEEAARRGGG I still needed to call them, so after my class I tried again, but this time with my Skype credit. Wait wait wait wait FINALLY. We get my address all straightened out, and I find that I can't get my delivery until tomorrow. Oh well. At the market, I splurged on a half of a salmon for 12 euro and needed something to do with it, so I attempted fish pie. After over an hour ...