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... envelope to from the embassy.
She asked him to follow her to the processing area and within 15 minutes he was out and it was all done. No questions asked, they looked through it, added a stamp to his visa which we assume is the provisional green card and told him to carry on. We thought it would be more of an interrogation but were shocked it was so simple!
We didn't have too long to wait and we were off the Chicago.
... in my opinion. Good or bad, it's an adventure! Anywho, enough with my ranting... The purpose of this post was to just give an uneventful but informative update that we arrived, as well as preface the entries/updates to come over the next several days. At this point in time we have touched down in Dublin after a ridiculously uncomfortable flight (I'm pretty confident we had Fred and Ethel Mertz from "I Love Lucy" sitting in front ...
... we had such lovely food on the plane. We had another breakfast on the Dublin plane, then a little snooze, and a lovely lunch. Kent took in another movie, The Kinsman, and I watched most of a movie with Budapest Hotel in the title. When we arrived in Dublin at around 12.15 pm it was 6 degrees and raining lightly. We moved through immigration and customs very quickly and had no trouble finding our Emirates ...
... baby Guinness", which has nothing to do with Guinness, nor babies. We went to a total of 3 pubs, all very different, the last being a kind of dance place with the best DJ because he intertwined modern stuff with great 60s-80s pop, and i twas really fun being out dancing on a Friday night, then we went to McDonalds because Danielle just HAD to have some fries. or else. And it was a grand evening. And that, was my Friday. Really perfect. really fun
Saturday I ...
What a day January 9, 2015 was in Dublin Ireland. We essentially the sequel to Gone With the Wind, walked up and down the worlds largest slip and slide, and finished up the day with mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral. The first stop at the Hill of Tara was a fun one. So much history in one place. After seeing where the high kings of Ireland used to be crowned, we made a pit stop at the castle in Trim. Holding some of the armor ...