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, Saint Munchin's Catholic Church, and Arthur's Quay Shopping Centre.
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      Dingle Penninsula

      A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 08, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      We got up, ate breakfast and were out of the house by 10 am. We got in Sarah's car and took off. We drove a couple of hours and arrived at the town of Dingle. We shopped a little and then ate lunch. We left the town about 2:30 to drive the Dingle Peninsula loop. The peninsula is one of three that extend out of the west side of Ireland. We expected the 47 km drive ...

      And I'm Home

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 10, 2012

      ... final moment, when I hugged my housemates goodbye, is when I cried. I held it in this whole weekend, but this was it, this was the time, and it all flowed out. The cab driver was very nice to me, encouraging me and keeping my mind occupied with idle chatter, until he dropped me off at the airport and I was on my own. Alone, between two worlds.

      I endured an uneventful several hours cooped up in a space too small for a normal human being (but at least I sat between ...

      Caisleán Bhun Raithe

      A travel blog entry by sandysteffens on Apr 22, 2012

      27 photos

      ... the gilt and paintings you see in Bavarian castles. It's very interesting to see how different they all are. We walked around the town taking in the scenery and, of course, taking pictures. I love the way the ivy grows on the outside of the homes here - that and the colored doors make it look so inviting.

      Since we didn't have the same interests in for dinner, we split up and went looking for food. We checked several pubs ...

      A New Semester, A New Start

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Feb 09, 2012

      ... 8220;Chocolate Coffee.” Danger. I ate a mocha, a scone, and a little truffle that came complimentary with my drink. Big danger.

      Thus has been the last three weeks, minus this coming weekend. Here’s to hoping I’m a bit faster with my blogging next time around. I know you have all been so anxious to read what has been going on in my life. And there you have it. Here's also to hoping this semester is as wonderful as last! Onward and ...

      Seasoned and dressed, ready for the grill

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 04, 2011


      ... buildings, metal equipment. It all felt like a scene out of Grapes of Wrath, although smaller and damper (we are in Ireland, not the US!). I saw a little graveyard patch in the distance in one field with Celtic crosses. Must have been a family patch. I walked until the road ended. Everyone I passed said hello. It was another world. I walked through Irish countryside completely unplanned. It only sweated a little out of the sky once, otherwise the ...