The Pier Hotel, Limerick
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Pier Hotel, Limerick
Nice, central hotel. But they could have spent some time more cleaning. Dusty carpets and some washing of windows would have done.
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... onto the show stopped - the Clifs! They were breathtakingly beautiful and amazing to see in person. We walked along the paths to see them from almost every angle.
Our final full day in Ireland started with non other than a traditional Irish breakfast. After breakfast Naomi and I parted ways. She went to check out some museums and I headed to the small neighbouring town of Adare where I spent the day walking along the ...
... two men, then I joined them, then another and another and another, circle getting bigger, everyone friendly and inviting. Common denominator – beautiful weather. (Now don’t get too excited about that weather. It will take a major turn to the dumps soon!) (Sidenote: The same travellers are singing and playing classic jazz or rock tunes in a corner downstairs now. They are not performing, they just know that this is a friendly pub where they can get together with ...
... megalithic tomb, ollie carrigs and then back to main car park. Form there we walked to the castle ( no access) and on to another fort constructed in the lake and a pigeon house all at Lough Gur. It was starting to warm up as we got back to the car and plugged in the details for Mitchelstown cave. The cave was interesting but our guide was a bit laid back and the cost was extraordinary especially as ...
... seats every day and now I am on the right side of the bus, which is good as I was getting a permanent swivel to the left, this is a good chance to straighten up, I will be in the front seat when we reach the Giants Causeway, which excites me, something I have always wanted to see.
we went right down to the Blasket Islands, very interesting part of Ireland, the inhabitants were evacuated from there in 1953, sad but beautiful story, loved it.
... who passed by for signs of knives in hand. We had a pint next at the Bailey Bar, where we admired the house turtle. At Michael Flannery's pub, Rufio provided us a new gaffe to laugh at all week.
Rufio to bartender: "So what do you do with all your coins? Do you carry a coin purse?"
When I finally regained my breath from laughing hysterically at him for minutes on end we made our way to our final stop Timmy Martin's. The bartender tried to refute Limerick's Stab ...