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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8:30 start Rest stop Westport (bridges), The region of the Cannamera white horses and Galway-Claudagh. Some misty rain today. The first time we had to get the rain jackets out for that purpose. The Claudaugh ring - when the heart points to the fingertips it means your heart is open or available and when it points to yourself your heart has been taken. This was basically a travel day. Some comfort stops until we got to Limerick. After some ...
Wednesday night we saw the band Hermitage Green and they were really good! I was able to get up front for the concert and really enjoyed myself.
Thursday I decided I didn't want to go to the event on campus (some dj thing) so I went out with some Irish girls I was friends with. We went into town to a club called Icon. First we actually went to the bar Smyths that is attached to Icon to have a drink. I had a mojito and they actually made it fresh so it ...
... the family trip, so now you might never know who Sauce is), taking it easy but enjoying the music. I went back home at about midnight and stayed up watching TV with my friends until I drifted off into wonderland at 2ish, thankful for the more relaxed day.
The next morning I slept in until 11 or so, ate breakfast, and played piano again. I learned a simple little polka on the accordion which I am SO PROUD OF and have to show everybody back ...
Another day of wonderful sunshine! We cannot believe our good fortune. Yesterday at the farm, we had a bit of cloud cover and a very light drizzly rain for a very short time. After that, bright sunshine.
Well, today to view the Cliffs of Moher and Burren landscape, the weather could not have been more cooperative.
We stopped briefly at Galway ...
... a soul. I then remembered that the Academy has wifi (my apartment does not, unfortunately), so I checked email on my ipod and found an email sent at 3:45 saying that Lucernarium is meeting in front of the building ten to 5 to take a bus to city center and watch an early music choral concert at the Hunt Museum. The singers walked through the museum, singing at different exhibits. It sounded lovely. And I missed it. The next part of the email said ...