South Court Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... so especially green
is that most of the land is grass covered and used for grazing. Most of
Scotland is probably as wet as Ireland, but Scotland has a lot of barren
moorland, planted pine forest, and agricultural land dedicated to grain crops
that’s brown when the fields are fallow or golden when the grain is ripe. So I now
see how the “Emerald Isle” nickname for Ireland is fitting and more than just a
Today we took a lovely walk from our hostel to the train station with all of our stuff. It took about an hour.. But once there we were excited to sit on the train for thirty minutes to the airport! The train was packed. We didn't even get a seat. We were stuck in the area between coaches with multiple other people. But thankfully since it was the express train, it only stopped at the airport so it went by fast. Security was so quick. It's the same process as the US ...
... street, enjoying the nature trails, seeing the Adare Manor Hotel, visiting a few Abbeys and enjoying a lovely piece of Bannoffe Pie (banana-toffee)!
After a lovely, relaxing day, I met back up with Naomi in Limerick to take the bus back to Dublin. Our flight was at 6am the next morning, so we spent the night sleeping in the Dublin Airport. And so ended our fantastic trip through Ireland!
... to go to King Johns Castle. The castle was great, you start off in an exhibition which is excellent fills you in about all the events in Limerick from the 1100 onwards, there is kids interactive sections which the inner child in us came out. We played with the miniature cannons firing at highlighted stone wall sections to destroy in 30 seconds for about 20mins, our pb was 14 seconds to destroy the wall. After we walked around the castle grounds going ...
... which surprisingly not very large. We tried to go to St Mary's Cathedral, which is the oldest building, which still used for its original purpose in Ireland. It was closed but we wandered the outside. We also passed the Town Hall, Court House and Potato Market. We tried to go to another church but it too was closed, we learnt later it was no longer a church.
We left there and I dropped Marg outside the Tourist Office ...