Clarion Hotel & Suites Conference Center
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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 ...
... we called Derek to let him know we would be at Polaris soon. He beat us there and was sitting at the bar when we arrived. For supper I got shepherd's pie, Derek had fish and chips and Larry got the pot roast. Derek came to the house for a while and we watched Rick Steves Scotland and then an episode of Vicious - classic British humor with Ian McKellan and Derek Jacobi. Derek went home and we went to bed.
... to support over 70 conservation projects worldwide. A recreation and education destination that includes the 22-acre Zoombezi Bay water park and 18-hole Safari Golf Club, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium was named the number one zoo in America by USA Travel Guide and sees over 2.3 million visitors annually
The animal exhibits are divided into regions of the world, with the zoo currently operating eight such regions.
John had hinted at some behind the scene ...
... br> After another swim at the quarry, this time joined by Don, Ian and Ian's daughter Lily, we headed into the city again for the Latino Festival.
This is really going to put us in the mood for South America. There were lots and lots of food stalls from every country in South America it seemed. There were stalls selling crafts, clothes, flags and Pina Colada! Yes we enjoyed a Pina Colada served in a whole pineapple.
We watched dancing with foot ...