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... in the 1940s and 1950s of “Angela’s Ashes” and little to
suggest the somewhat negative recent characterizations of the place are true.
While having less of an appealing town center than Galway, Limerick does have
the feel of a much larger town with quite a lot of glassy modern buildings
dating from the “Celtic Tiger” era around the town center.
Adare is a small town that was directly along our route
... It was great, I remember the four of us getting way more drinks than we actually ended up paying for, I think we were so charming the bartender picked up some of our tab. The place actually had a similar feel to the pub in San Diego, though they had a much better area for live music...but unfortunately there was a lousy metal band playing while we were there. Whereas the San Diego pub has Chargers stuff everywhere, this one had ...
... bus to the start location), the tour bus had to come around and pick us up. Luckily we were the only one who had booked that day. As I mentioned, Bunratty Castle was our first stop. It is said that this castle is "the most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland". The grounds were complete with a village that was as though we stepped back into the 19th century and farms with animals such as donkeys and pigs. ...
Thursday (6th) this morning we headed to limerick, we caught the train which the station was 300m away making it an easy morning. There was about 7-9 people on the train which 3/4 of the way through we had to get on to a bus because of the local flooding. We were blessed with sunshine as we walked through town having a quick look at a few things before we lugged our bags 4km to our accommodation. We are staying at Robins nest which is a house with ...
... Everything was great we found our bed and breakfast at Coonagh just outside Limerick. As it is a long weekend - Bank Holiday, there was little traffic. Just outside Limerick we pasted a place called Béal an Átha - which is Ballina in Gaelic.
We checked in and met the owner of the house, she was lovely and welcoming, making us coffee with cake on our arrival. We had a chat about where we should visit. We moved our ...