No. 1 Pery Square Hotel & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Limerick
... our college friends are in that area with us next week. First off, however, we stopped in at Hazel Fort farm near Killorglin, which is where we haven often stayed on past trips to Ireland, to say hi to the owner George and take him to lunch at the Killorglin Country Club. George caught us up on the all the Kerry news and then he gave us a tour of the farm and showed us all the projects he is working on including having a glass artisan working in the thatched roofed cottage he has ...
We woke up and left the hotel for a day of sightseeing at castles and waterfalls. We had originally discussed going to Bunratty Castle, but after some research, decided we could better use our time. We first went to Clare Glen, where we parked, and went on the 30 min- hour walking loop. The walk was gorgeous and went down by the falls and river, which was quite picturesque. However, it stated that the walking was at the Easy level- it may ...
... bar who were talking about their kids, grand kids and their past Saint Patrick's Days. They thought it was absolutely hilarious that our whole table was drunk, but they said that if we did it any other way, we would be wasting our Saint Paddy's Day and might as well have stayed at home.
I feel like I've spent the last two blog posts talking about how much I've been drinking, and I have. However, I am now back to ...
... s a private restaurant with one chef who cooks fresh fish brought in the morning and only keeps his shop open until he runs out (and to my surprise, my friend who I just said goodbye to at the house also stumbled into this place, so we got to hang out one more time before saying goodbye a second time. It was destiny!) I cycled the river trail to bring my bike to its new owner, my old housemate, and to spend some quality time with him before I headed back into town. ...
Oh oh! Speaking of recognizing people! At the tunes session the night before when my friend introduced me to some of the musicians as Carrie from LA, one guy asked if I was at the Oireachtas back in November, because he remembers the session leader (the one with wandering hands and colorful Irish phrases, the one whose boys were at my place on Thursday) calling up a girl from Los Angeles. Yup, the trad world is very small. They all know everybody.
On Monday I ...
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