The George Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe George Boutique Hotel Limerick
A splendid place to stay. The room was large & comfy & the restaurant downstairs Da Vincenzo's was fantastic. I would stay here again.
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Walked down to the Sarsfield Bridge this morning to have a look at the River Shannon. It was quite wet & rainy so I had a quick look at the river & at the 1916 Memorial & then scarpered into a little place for breakfast called The Pier Hotel.
I did have intentions of going to St Mary's Cathedral but the weather was particularly …
This morning I set off for St Mary's Cathedral https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Mary%2 7s_Cathedral,_Limerick. The streets were nice & quiet on my walk there & when I reached the cathedral I was the only tourist about so I had the place to myself for a little while which was lovely. Took some pics of the interior & exterior & …
Left Dublin this morning for Limerick. The buses were on strike so the lovely folk in reception ordered a taxi for me because I had booked a seat on the 1100 train from Heuston Station to Cork which stops at Limerick Junction.
Ok, here is a piece of advice... do not put your bag in the overhead luggage rack on an Irish train (or any train …
Another 8.30 am start. Relaxing drive today experiencing the beautiful landscape of Connemara a wonderland of rivers, lakes and silent hills.
Morning stop was Cong a very picturesque town with running river and a old ruin church and graveyard.
We continued on to Galway to see St Nicholas Catherdral, the Spanish Arch and Eyre …
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