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It still seems hard to believe that we're leaving for Dublin tomorrow! I'm finally finished packing (and I think Sherry is, too!), Ralphie is at grandma and grandpa's, and Leo is sleeping, dreaming of fun times at the boarding kennel. Maverick has been trying to injure me by leaving tennis balls in high traffic areas. I don't think he wants ...
... Rating - 2 of 10.
Fans - This was an interesting fan base. We ended up talking to a few people during the rain delay, and they were pretty fun to talk to. The interesting thing was that they were actually Michigan fans, but since their daughter goes to Michigan State they go to those games, too. It was kind of funny when they booed the weather report at the beginning of the game (remember, ...
... our way to the campus. Jodi decided we would park about 20 miles away from the stadium. Not sure if she wanted us to work off our dinner? After walking through campus and giving Kaleb his first look at college life, we entered the stadium. We sat in section 3, row 39, seats 22-25. We got there just as the game started. I was impressed with the view. We were able to see an incredible ...
... and not simply a number placed in history. As we exited the museum, we entered a garden and a mass burial. Over 250,000 were buried right in front of us. It is something I couldn't fathom and probably will never fathom in my lifetime.
After being at the memorial for 3 hrs we went back home to prepare for my departure. We had lunch and threw the frisbee one more time. This time was the best because a bunch of children came and played with us. They loved ...
... has five terminals and is
spread out over a large area and it took us quite a bit of walking, 3
elevators and the train to get to the shuttle bus to the hotel. We
finally arrived at the hotel around 8:45 pm, checked in and I headed
to the pub in the hotel for a beer and Sandy readied for bed. We had
planned on leaving the hotel and retracing our steps at 5:45 am the
next morning, so lights were out early as we awaited the final day of
our three week trip.