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      Limerick is in the south-west and the Republic of Ireland’s third largest city (after Dublin and Cork) with approximately 100.000 inhabitants.

      Limerick was not a pretty town in 1980. It looked a little run down and there was a lot of rubbish left on the streets. It looked poor. Frank McCourt’s book “Angela’s ashes” was very recognizable.

      Luckily the face of the town changed; Year by year the city improved; the shopping streets were modernized, the banks along the Shannon got nice walking paths and the council kept the city clean. Now, thirty years later Limerick is a town well worth visiting if you are in that part of the country. If you would like to see a large Irish town and observe the Irish in their daily lives, Limerick city center is the place to be. The city always seems to be busy, the numerous pubs and restaurants are always full of people.

      You would probably rate Limerick as an oversized provincial town with a lively center, the odd touristic attraction (King John’s castle) a large university campus with the natural beauty of the river Shannon flowing through it.

      The center of town has almost everything a city should have: hotels, shopping malls, boutiques, pharmacies, opticians, book shops, musea, an art gallery, parking areas, car rentals, cinema, theater, and lots of pubs and restaurants. The outskirts and estates usually have shopping areas and local pubs although some estates have neither of the two.

      In 2009 a brand new stadium in Thomond park was opened, the home of Munster Rugby. Besides the rugby competitions it also hosts concerts of the world’s leading musicians. The stadium towers over the local housing estate as a sort of symbol for ‘old and new’. The only things you will find missing in Limerick is a store that sells decent/sufficient art materials and general knowledge where to go for a swim.

      Limerick is close to Shannon Airport. It was easy to fly there until 2010 when the government unfortunately (for the tourists and the economy in the west of Ireland) decided that all international flights should go through Dublin airport. To ‘fly’ to Limerick is now only possible via Cork or Dublin, taking the bus or train for further transport or one of the inland flights that still go to Shannon Airport.

      Limerick has a great love for rugby.

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      Doolin is a charming small seaside village on the northwest coast of County Clare. Once a traditional fisihing village it is now a more noted as a center for traditional music and a surfing destination.

      Doolin has plenty to offer the traveller. The Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and plenty of scenic walks. It offers a wide range of quality accommodation to suit all budgets, restaurants offer fine foods with local seafood a specialty, and pubs that feature traditional music sessions nightly.
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      The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's top Visitor attractions. The Cliffs are 214m high at the highest point and range for 8 kilometers over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare. O'Brien's Tower stands proudly on a headland of the majestic Cliffs. From the Cliffs one can see the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, as well as The Twelve Pins, the Maum Turk Mountains in Connemara and Loop Head to the South.

      The Cliffs of Moher are home to one of the major colonies of cliff nesting seabirds in Ireland. The area was designated as a Refuge for Fauna in 1988 and as a Special Protection Area for Birds (SPA) under the EU Birds Directive in 1989. Included within the designated site are the cliffs, the cliff-top maritime grassland and heath, and a 200 meter zone of open water, directly in front of the cliffs to protect part of the birds' feeding area. The designation covers 200 hectares and highlights the area's importance for wildlife.
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    Graphic showing average weather in The Inn At Dromoland in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 4.7 135.3 40.5 53.3
    Feb 4.9 93.2 40.8 36.7
    Mar 6.7 80.9 44.1 31.9
    Apr 8.4 70.1 47.1 27.6
    May 10.9 75.5 51.6 29.7
    Jun 13.6 75.9 56.5 29.9
    Jul 15.1 96.6 59.2 38
    Aug 14.9 100.8 58.8 39.7
    Sep 13.2 110.7 55.8 43.6
    Oct 10.5 115.1 50.9 45.3
    Nov 7 128.5 44.6 50.6
    Dec 5.6 151.4 42.1 59.6

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      • I was excited upon walking in. The lobby and restaurant look very nice, but the hotel decor quickly deteriorates once you leave the front areas. =/ Hotel carpet generally creeps me out, but this hotel was in worse shape than most. We intended to eat at the restaurant, Shannigan's, I think it's called, but the overwhelmingly strong odor of fried foods and fish forced us back out to find other choices in Ennis. We only interacted with one staff member, a nice young lady at the check-in desk, and she was quite helpful. Thank you to her, but she alone can't salvage a hotel that seems to be riding on the coat tails of the apparently much nicer castle option on the property.
      • Eat here regularly in Shannigans bar. Food is excellent, service can be a little slow at peak times. Great for kids, as has a massive play area on site.
      • perfect for a family stay. Sprawling complex with pool, mini-golf, soft play. Bar food was decent. Breakfast very poor value.
      • Great for a three star hotel. Bar serves some really great food. Try a sharing plate.
      • La locacion es muy lindo. El terreno es Perfecto. Necesitan terminar Las renovaciones.


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