Limerick Strand Hotel
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 …
... malls and cute little pubs everywhere. I have yet to go to a pub. I picked up some bedding and toiletries and headed back home. The people here are so extremely nice and their accents are irresistible. They could tell we were tourists and were always willing to help. Once we arrived back from downtown I came back to my apartment, took a shower and kind of settled in. Also met one of my roommates. She's a senior, or a "forth year", as ...
... met up with the group that was there. It was quite a few people. Some planned on going back by 11:00 PM. I initially planned to go back around this time, but then the fellow on the guitar who was the night's entertainment started playing. His name is Pat Fitz. He was very good. He looked like a slightly-harder looking version of Adam Levine from Maroon 5. He's from Cork, Ireland. He sang all American covers, but he honestly killed every song he performed. Youtube him. Most ...
... 8221; they mean the gold blend with milk. If they want something else, they say so. I found on the trusted web that people in the UK consume the most tea (but of course), at 2.3 kilograms of leaves per person per year. Wowee. The Irish come second at 1.5 kilos, and the US comes thirteenth at a measly 0.2 a year.
Alright, that was fun. Time to cook a turnip and red cabbage, the last two items (besides potatoes) left from last week’s vegetable ...
I had an especially enjoyable day on Thursday. In the morning, I went to my Traditional Irish Music module and listened to a wooden flute player lecture the day away. Boy, was he fantastic! A large British man, he was a bit crass and snarky and was just a wealth of knowledge. He sat at a chair and explained trad style, demonstrating on his flute. Two hours flew by in an instant. I signed up for singing lessons shortly ...