Maldron Hotel Limerick
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaldron Hotel Limerick
This was one of the nicest, best value hotels I stayed in whilst in Ireland. The rooms are beautiful and quiet and the facilities are brilliant. The only downside was that the location is not close to town, and the hotel was really hard to find (get directions)! But there are shops nearby and the price was very reasonable
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Well guys it's been a super long day so far. I made the mistake by letting myself pass out at 20:30 and now I lay wide awake at 2:30. Actually I'm lying. My body wants rest but my mind just wants to learn and explore. I always wondered how people never sleep when they study abroad and now that I'm here I completely understand. There's just something in the atmosphere that makes it impossible to ever want to sleep. I hadn't slept for over ...
... We arrived back at Limerick at 6 pm, feeling weary, though extremely blessed to have enjoyed the wonderful scenery without any rain. Keep carrying that raincoat and umbrella and it is sure to keep the rain away! The laundry has dried, ironed and re packed! Rearranged the suitcase for the next few days and enjoying a relaxing in house night. Reflections of our two weeks - the weather has been amazing, the highlights for Fay were to ...
... of heights but being on the top of a ruined castle with no protection and no walls at the top, it was a bit scary. The view was great though and it was worth it!
I made my way back down and explored a bit of the other sections of the partial walls. It kind of reminded me of the secret garden or something because it was over-run by vines and plants which was pretty cool.
This was definitely a highlight of my time here and I really want to explore more castles!
... and foliage to reach mature growth, which gives it a realistic appearance, and not the “temporary stage set nature” of other historic replicas. I shot over 200 photos while we were here, but you only get to see a portion in this blog (thank goodness, eh!).
We ventured back through Limerick traveling through the very green Irish countryside. Fortunately, on this tour we experienced very few rain ...
In one edition of my blog, I've been wanting to take you through a list of facts and stats about Ireland. I end up writing so much, however, that when I get to the stats part, I poop out, as I’m sure you are pooped out from reading all of my rants. But then I thought, at this rate I’ll NEVER be able to share some fun facts for you! So here you go. Besides, the real writers do it. Why shouldn’t I?
I browsed through the ...