Ballykisteen Hotel and Golf Resort

Limerick Junction, Tipperary, County Tipperary, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Limerick Junction, Tipperary, is near Glen of Aherlow, Ballykisteen Golf and Country Club, Leamy's National School, and The Bolton Library.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Tipperary

    Tipperary, it's not that far via Cashel

    A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Jun 21, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... learn something. After a meal we wandered around the cemetery looking for Coughlan (pronounced Cocklan). Found a few headstones but they were recent additions to this cemetery. A combination of the sun, the late night and driving had taken its toll on me so we headed back to Kilkenny for an early retirement, a quiet evening and some research on where to visit ...

    And I'm Home

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 10, 2012

    ... evening, two of my friends, my Norwegian friend and my housemate’s sister, were playing in a small ensemble at the Hunt Museum. Their group plays pieces by living composers. Cool! At this lovely concert, I was reminded quite clearly how Irish audiences aren’t the best behaved, wiggling and talking and moving while performers played, which was a bit frustrating for this here classical music aficionado, but then the ruckus reminded me that the Irish are lively, ...

    Trail Walkin' and the Plassey Mill

    A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 10, 2012

    22 photos

    ... more of the downtown area that I had already seen. I walked by some of the famous cathedrals in the area and old city walls. King John's Castle is also an impressive site on the banks of the River Shannon.

    I stopped and had a pint of Beamish (Irish Stout similar to Guinness, but generally cheaper) at a local pub and listened while the nice, mostly-toothless older gentleman took bets from a couple of guys who were seemingly talking ...

    Rag Week and Convention Madness

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Mar 06, 2012


    ... had at a Sacred Harp social. As per Sacred Harp custom, on the second day someone leads a memorial. This man who led was from Alabama and led a very moving, albeit creepy memorial, as he kneeled on the floor and started pray-singing. He told the group, which was mostly the agnostic Irish/ UK type, that he did not plan any of those words, that God spoke through him. People thanked him for such a strong prayer, and he said “Don’t thank me, ...

    The Observant Episode

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 20, 2011


    ... then, it has gone way down.

    People in Ireland, especially younger people, say "like" as voiced pauses and fillers, but they say it differently than we Americans. When we say, like, something happened, like, a homeless man, like, smelled, they say something happened, like, a homeless man smelled, like. our "likes" come in the middle of phrases while theirs come at the end. Interesting. I think I am accidentally catching this habit, like.