Many people are familiar with the Camino de Santiago in the north of Spain but did you know that Limerick has its very own Camino? A special pilgrimage route between Limerick and Killaloe, along a portion of a path called the Lough Derg Way has been inaugurated by the Dioceses of Limerick and Killaloe. The […]
Have I Got Worms For You Too?
“I Got Worms” the most photographed , bait , fishing tackle , archery , and shooting accessory store has now opened at 19 Ellen Street Limerick.Steve , in this business for the last thirty years is looking forward to meeting old and new friends alike. Everything you require is available in the store for all […]
Discover the magic of Provence at L’Occitane en Provence
Discover the magic of Provence at L’Occitane en Provence, 1 Thomas Street, Limerick L’Occitane beauty products are a true art de vivre devoted to your well-being. We bring together nature and research, following the principles of phytotherapy and aromatherapy. We create formulas that are rich in natural active ingredients and essential oils, which are mostly […]
History of Irish Coffee
In 1942 Joe Sheridan was a chef at the flying-boat seaport of Foynes. At this time all transatlantic passenger flights were undertaken by flying boat – a craft that enabled sea landings in the case of emergencies, such as poor weather or lack of fuel. The flying boats carried some thirty people in an unpressurised […]