The George Boutique Hotel

O'Connell Street, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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First real wet day on tour - that's Ireland!

A travel blog entry by suelacey on Aug 27, 2013

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Left Sligo in the rain and it was wet most of the day, just that Irish rain, soft and settling. Most of the travelling was thru Connemara on smaller roads and some country lanes where it's one lane with passing places.

First stop today was at Cong, County Maigh Eo, a morning tea of fruit scones, very nice.

The countryside in …

A New Semester, A New Start

A travel blog entry by melepua

... to see the folks again, all very nice, talkative, INCLUSIVE people who don’t care that I’m just the housemate and scoop me up as one of their own. Friday night, a few of us went to one of the on campus pubs and laughed at the stupid gimmicks the DJ was making people do. Stables bar does embarrassing “Welcome to Limerick” and “Welcome You International Students, You” type events. I hid, not wanting to be brought in ...

Seasoned and dressed, ready for the grill

A travel blog entry by melepua


... to take part. Am I being a sourpuss? Where did I get this attitude? Oh well. The three of us old ***** headed back to the apartment to avoid the mayhem and I hid back in my room and went to sleep.

On Saturday, I finally had a great and eventful day! I thought I would update my blog for you all yesterday to tell you I was actually doing something, but then I got caught in my past assignment again and was on a roll. Like, seriously. I got ...

Medieval Banquet

A travel blog entry by sarah0924


... in the Medieval Banquet complete with Earl, wenches, soup with no spoons. Andrew tasted the ribs to make sure the cook didn't need to be sent to the dungeon. Choral singing from sweet maidens, lovely violin and melodious harp accompanied our dinner. A grand evening.

First Day in Ireland as Recalled by Elizabeth

A travel blog entry by mandevillekids


... for lunch.(Why do they call it "Blarney" woolen mills instead of "Bunratty" woolen mills?) Anyways, we went to the upper level Cafe`. I got fruit salad and ham. Not exactly your 5 star lunch, huh?
When we finished lunch, we drove to our hotel, a Courtyard by Marriott. Mom and Dad and Maggie slept. Matt and I were bored. ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on O'Connell Street, Limerick, is near Pery's Square, O'Connell Statue, Tait Clock, and Augustinian Church.
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