Woodfield House Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWoodfield House Hotel Limerick
The rooms were spacious and clean and a great deal for the money. If you eat in the restaurant, prepare to be ignored.
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... smiled and laughed as much on his job as he did with us. The hallways walking back to our room reminded us of Harry Potter with the large wooden doors.
We got back to our room to find the drapes closed, beds turned down with gourmet chocolates on the pillow and lovely, fluffy slippers next to the bed. They even tidied up the bathroom and laid out our bathrobes. Sweet dreams!
Fun fact: bobby pins are called hair bobbins in Ireland.
Travelling by bus has certainly been a smart way to get around - the driving routes are a bit crazy thru the small towns, but being able to sit back and relax all while taking in the spectacular views has been fantastic! Yesterday was the beautiful drive along the Ring of Kerry. This spot is a definite 'must see' while in Ireland - an amazing coastal drive.
I scored the front seat again and met some people from New Jersey who sat behind ...
... music in Ireland. With that, I intend to inform my own studies, expand my views, possibly even compose material that I can use in my dissertation. Field noting, if you will.
And now I am boring you. Cut the rambling! The short story, one that will not bring about boredom tears, is that through this blog I will share stories that, whether immediately or distantly, pertain to my research topic. My working title, quite long and dull now, thus “working” in ...
... went by tour bus about 25 miles further inland to the Limerick area.
Foynes is a small town of about 600 people. There is a large industrial plant which receives ore by ship for processing in the factory, hence there is a dock located at Foynes of sufficient size to berth our ship. About 3 or 4 small cruise ships visit Foynes each year to gain access to the Limerick area of Ireland. Our ship is the smallest in ...
... coffee shop, and so does the health science building next door. And just across the Living Bridge, I have my choice of a nicer but still reasonable meal, and next door to that is a fancy pants restaurant. In the student center, I can go to Stables or Scholar’s for a dump meal (the other day I decided to have breakfast at Stables and paid way too much for the sad little excuse they served me.) I can go to Paddocks or the Library for cafeteria ...