Ramada Limerick

Address: Punchs Cross, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Punchs Cross, Limerick, is near Hunt Museum, The Milk Market, The Treaty Stone, and Market Quarter.
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Travel Blogs from Limerick

Limerick to the Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Aug 29, 2014

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... in some mossy forest on a peninsular opposite the house on the way back. It was a very calm day and no rain so amazing reflections in the lake. We then headed back through Killarney and up to the Gap of Glenoe, a low pass through the Macgillycuddy Mountains. We biked the last 4 miles (again a horse and trap was the way to do it) which was very cool. Probably one of the highlights so far. Barry didn't have good brakes and mine were very noisy going down but other than that heading ...

My Fourth Day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by wheretonext1988 on May 04, 2014

... purple gypsy pants. It is rumoured that a high end designer has used inspiration from the pants. I was given by the shop owner a warm 100% cotton square scarf.

On the way out of the first part of the markets, we came across a chocolate shop. Yeah, you guessed it, I bought some products. The shop had flavours from rocky road to white chocolate and strawberry covered marshmallow on a stick. So, how could I say no to that? After the purchase, ...

Limerick, City of Culture!

A travel blog entry by melepua on Sep 23, 2013

... was by far my favorite part of the night. I strolled through a small museum first before heading upstairs into the meeting room. I talked with the Masons, learning that their involvement is “like a destination.” Most members are retired with grown families. These men have a society they can call their own. This is their community, their sense of belonging. They are a part of something that spans back for hundreds of years. Fascinating. And once a year, they open ...

Day 15- Travel to Limerick by way of Galway

A travel blog entry by dougm51 on Sep 19, 2013

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... who had just recently arrived from Brazil to learn English - she was so very nice. The manager was from India, as was the cook. To top it off the girl with the sign directing us here from the main drag was from France- what a League of Nations- when you throw in two Canucks. We ate pizza, drank wine and chatted with everyone. A super great lunch stop!
Continued our drive on to Limerick- lots of great photo ops ...

Off the Clift tops

A travel blog entry by julieparker on Aug 05, 2013

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... We arrive at the coast road at Ennington and follow the coast, besides the hilliest golf course I have ever seen, it was full of hills and tiny mounds, it also must have been the longest. If it had snow on it you could have used it for a mogul run.

We past by a tourist centre called the Cliffs of Mohar Experience, but we were going the whole hog by boat on the Atlantic Ocean looking up at the cliffs from sea level as any sailor would. We arrived at ...

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