Hyatt Place Columbus Dublin
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... rough and scary. And the smell of car fumes was nasty. There was rubbish all over the sides of the roads and huge derelict buildings with broken windows and graffiti on the sides. I was surprised to see shrubs growing on bridges over the interstate - Jonathan said that they were old railways. It was strange to see ivy growing on old pylons and across the old electric cables. Many houses lining the road were also derelict. What a place. I have ...
We have learned a great deal about rugby and Gaelic football!!! It is insane here when it comes to these sports.
Today is the all Ireland final between rivals Kerry and Dublin. There are over 82000 people at Croke Park and thousands more in the streets and pubs. It is essentially their Super bowl and we are thrilled to be here for ...
... 10 minutes and they started boarding our flight. We talked to Derek and let him know we would be home at 4:00 instead of 8:45 and made plans to go out for dinner at: The Pub - an English pub at Polaris where they wear kilts and serve English/Scottish beer.
We got to Columbus shortly before 4:00 and called Erin in Chicago. She still had 4 more hours of flying to do. When we were ready to leave ...
... all day. However it seems Rosie had had enough apple and wanted to get back to her rhino friends. We waved goodbye to her and went to find something to wipe all the rhino slobber off our hands!
On a real high now - an experience we will never forget - we went to our last stop with Stephanie; the Discovery Aquarium. Our next guide was waiting and we slipped through a small door - into a different world. We were shown the kitchen where all the food gets made up ...
... We had some amazing views from up there. Afterwards we took some time to wander around a bit and enjoy being in the great outdoors.
You can see how we got on here (if you want to)
Bryan & John went swimming again the following morning - this time to the old quarry which meant Bryan could just keep going around and around instead ...