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... onions - but in the USA, hot dogs are not served with fried onions, it's raw onions, so I went with the cony sauce. It was really good. Adam and Diane drove us around the city for a mini-guided tour and showed us the art district and the sites of Columbus. It was a really nice evening and was fun to see good friends. We had always talked of visiting, so it was great that we finally, although briefly, got to see Columbus and their lovely home and puppy ...
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 ...
... out computers etc. At least we didn't have to wait in the very long line for regular security. It was still quite a walk to the gate. We took the time to use the restroom and still got there as they were boarding group 3 and we were group 4. We got seats together i the last row of the plane right by the restrooms. We needn't have hurried. After we got on they were still waiting for more passengers and bags ...
... 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 ...
... whilst we were staying with them so unfortunately we didn't get to see much of Maryline but John had a bit more flexibility in his job as a lawyer and was able to take a fair bit of time off to spend with us which was great.
The first morning he was looking forward to showing Bryan the local pool at the University. So they were up and out before 6am. Bryan did say it was a great pool it's just a problem having to turn around every 50 metres!
Some of ...