PERY’S HOTEL IN LIMERICK – THIS IS WHERE I WAS BASED FOR FOUR DAYS IN JUNE
This week I spent four days in Limerick and as an experiment I limited myself to three Zeiss Batis lenses [25mm, 85mm and 135] as they are weatherproof. For most of the time I used the 25mm lens which proved to be the more useful of the three and I must admit that I really like it.
The weather forecast indicated that it would rain for much of the week but in reality is was sunny for most of my visit and on Thursday it became too hot for me between 3pm an 6pm so I returned to my hotel.
In 2016, 2016, 2017 and last year I stayed at the George Boutique hotel but this year I could not afford the asking price [Euro 240] for two nights and after much searching I got a much better offer from Pery’s Hotel which was much closer to the railway station.
To be honest I was a little bit concerned when I made the booking but the hotel turned out to be much more suitable for me than the George – the room was huge [it actually had three single beds] and the location was excellent especially as it was close to a large selection of restaurants.
The Hotel proved to be an excellent base and I managed to photograph much more of the city that I had on previous visits.
According to my Apple Watch I walked between 15 and 25 kilometres per day.