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... to see the doctor and everything) and had to stay another night at the hotel. So Pete is now sick and the car needs to be picked up-stressful! I was freaking out about driving across the country by myself-I didn't even have a map or know where to go and we were already 2 hours late to pick up the car! I spoke to my parents- I was that stressed and think I stressed them out too; oops. As you can see, I was really nervous about travelling around the country in a car ...
"This is not the end, it is not even the beginning of the end, but it is the end of the beginning."
We were up early for our last day in Ireland. Dayna wanted to see a place called Glendalough Monastic City. Very early Irish history. It was a long drive (by Irish standards), but just across town by Dakota standards and, of course, it was the opposite direction from our ...
... s well worth it!
Hello Wales ..... arrived after a 2.5 hour crossing and only half an hour late. Collected our rental car and off to Llandudno where are are staying. For those that knew Helen and Paul, our Welsh neighbours, we are staying with Paul's parents Kathleen and Brian. Received a fantastic Welsh welcome, time to freshen up ad off out for a lovely meal.
A late night for us as we sat up talking until nealy 1am! ...
... days. Oh well...it's okay. Finishing up the work tasks was an important and right thing to do. I've got time now.
It was a whirlwind to get out of DC. Pretty much everything that could go wrong, did. Let's just say during my last week in town, the DMV was a bright spot. I'm not kidding.
But I was able to get to my mom's house in Asheville, and somehow my car rental went from $250 to $600. If the week leading up to it hadn't beat me up ...
... No joke, we saw a lot of it in a couple hours. Christchurch and St Patricks cathedrals, St Stephens green (a large and lovely park), Grafton Street (lots of shopping), and Temple Bar. Unfortunately, since it's Sunday (and Easter Sunday, at that), not a damn thing was open other than a few coffee shops. We stopped at one early-on to have some more espresso and some food. (Berry muffin for me, egg-in-the-hole for Randy).
By 9:30am, I thought I was going to die. We stopped at ...