Ryan Hotel

Address: Main Street, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Main Street, Limerick, is near Ireland's School of Falconry at Ashland Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Limerick

Limerick, 1-6 June 2015

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Jun 07, 2015

1 comment, 36 photos

... most notably a St Caimin who founded a monastery there in the 7th century. The island still has the remains of a number of old churches etc. The drive around the Lough was quite picturesque but the weather wasn't the best - cold, windy and showers - which didn't encourage us to stay out of the car for long!

Whilst in Limerick, we met up with some of Robert's cousins. The weather could have been better but, despite that, we had a good time there.

Come to Limerick with me

A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Mar 02, 2015

5 comments, 5 photos

... to hear some great Irish music on a banjo and a violin. Apparently it is a popular pub with the locals but it is not very popular when we arrive. It is rather quite but we have a good night anyway.

The next day is the day where we need to leave for Dublin so we are up really early. That morning it snows as we are eating breakfast; it looks like we are in the white world of Narnia. One of the Irish waitstaff, a red bearded man, can't believe it is snowing in spring. I ...

Limerick to the Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Aug 29, 2014

116 photos

It was another wet day (tail end of a hurricane) as we walked into Limerick. We went to Kings Island, the main old part and visited King Johns Castle, the main attraction which has been recently revamped. Lots of interactive exhibits and audiovisual clips which occupied several hours. The boys learnt some new things about Norman swords and their uses from the blacksmiths and we got to ask them lots of questions about Ireland which was quite interesting. We drove on to the town of ...

Western Coastline... Dodging Raindrops

A travel blog entry by mikeandbridget on May 06, 2014

3 comments, 20 photos

... of narrow country roads (prior to this, they had been fairly wide... for Ireland), bright green yet rugged countryside, and frequent stone castle ruins. For lunch, we stopped off at a tiny pub along the way and had our first sampling of authentic Irish Stew. We also unintentionally took a wrong turn along the way and ended up taking the "scenic route" along an incredible stretch of rocky coastline, with massive ...

Galway Girl

A travel blog entry by benstevens on Feb 12, 2014

21 photos

... castle just outside it's edges which was apparently bought for 50 million Euro not long ago, only for the owner to go bankrupt and for the government to then bail him out some 5 years later. They're charging 10 euro for the pleasure of seeing it now, which I think is a bit steep, so thinking I could grab a good pic of this castle without paying, I jumped the back fence as was advised by the trusty Marc. I made my way through the long grass only to ...

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