Ramada Limerick

Punchs Cross, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Limerick

Easter in Ireland - Part 2

A travel blog entry by rachbritton

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... back in time. Bunratty Castle is set up like a village from the 1400s. Aside from the castle to visit, which is furnished for the period, and hosts parties today, there are 22 buildings to view. All are dressed for the era, have real wooden fires burning in them, and some have displays of activities that would've taken place at the time. For example the kitchen building has cooking classes on at certain times, cooking whatever would've been ...

Sun, Chill, and All Things Inbetween

A travel blog entry by melepua

... next to me comments, “Are you not freezing?” My response, “Yes, I’m freezing!,” not realizing that he is commenting on my tights and shorts. I tried to convince him then that these tights are warmer than his jeans, but he just “yeah sure”ed me and parted with, “Tomorrow you should check the forecast.” Ok, smarty pants. Hooray for the Irish, striking up random conversations with strangers on the street.

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Southern coast of Ireland

A travel blog entry by shirleynaomi

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... as we catch a ferry for Pembroke in the morning. So now on our way to Youghal, also on the sea. Arriving at Youghal we found ourselves driving into the town on one way streets only wide enough for a car and lots of old and colourful buildings, and many seafront buildings, with a bay of sailing boats anchored calmly. Rod and I pop in to a little cafe to have a sandwich and cup of tea. We walked around the city and discovered the main stretch was ...

Lovely Limerick

A travel blog entry by kh2

... The gardens and grounds are maintained meticulously and they also have an enclosed Japanese garden which was established by the original owner who was a very keen gardener and sometime astronomer. We then travelled through endless fields of green and after a slight deviation due to a missed exit we stopped for lunch at Cassel, a quaint village in the Irish county of Tipperary. Mushroom soup and lamb stew was delicious. The afternoon journey ...

The Luck of the Irish

A travel blog entry by gouldfish

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... was a whole weekend of planned events, and I definitely think we made the right decision.
Friday night kicked off with the usual TGIF pub night on campus. The theme was obviously Saint Patrick's Day. We all got dolled up and dressed in as much green as we could find and headed to the bar.
Saturday night was a sad one, I had to say goodbye to one of my roommates from last semester. She and my other ...

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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