Ryan Hotel

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Easter in Ireland - Part 2

A travel blog entry by rachbritton


We arrive into Limerick late Friday night and I spend the Easter weekend with my Irish family. As the weekend progresses I realise they are exactly like my family at home. They are kind, very welcoming, very hospitable, generous on many levels, and love a drink. It's wonderful.

A quick family history:
My grandad Mullins and Mick Wallace are first cousins
My mum and Mick's kids Cat, Bridget, Dave, and Mick (there is also ...

Sun, Chill, and All Things Inbetween

A travel blog entry by melepua

... the lecture, the lecture itself on Wednesday, which was open to anyone wanting a listen, and a discussion forum on Thursday, where we asked questions and raised critiques concerning Wednesday’s lecture. I loved it. I returned to UL on a round-a-bout journey, but am ever so grateful I wound up back here. My main work for my degree is totally self-driven. I have four years to write my dissertation, starting now by filling my brain with all sorts of grounding ...

We are in Ireland!

A travel blog entry by lizab2004


... 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 ...

Day four - The Dingle Peninsula

A travel blog entry by dawnandsue


Morning started with a drive to Castlemaine - Dawn was dissappointed there was no 4x there. From there to Dingle and then picked up the Slea Head Drive which took us down to Slea Head which is the most westerley town in Europe - town might be a bit of an exaggeration .. Had a fantastic view over the Blasket Islands from the top of a hill we climbed at Slea Head ended up at the end of the drive back at Dingle. Took the Connor Pass which is the highest pass in ...

More driving

A travel blog entry by heathm9


we got up and drove to galway we only had time to see it for a few hours. they have a nice catheral there. they were having a fair. we had to get the rental car back to dublin by three. then when hung out in the park until our flight to scotland. of course its raining in scotland.and its very expensive ...


This hotel, located on Main Street, Limerick, is near Ireland's School of Falconry at Ashland Castle.
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