Days Inn & Suites Columbus East Airport
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... day, however Aunt Carol and Uncle Roger were very patient and not annoyed with me at all. As usual, Jonathan found everything very amazing :-/ I was sad to leave and they gave us hugs and waved goodbye with sweet little Poochie. On the way we met Aunt Sande and Grandma Gertrude for breakfast at Little Boots. I ordered my Cowboy Breakfast. There were so many breakfast options to choose from - and then I had to choose the style of eggs (thought I ...
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 ...
... and we were excited to find out more.
When we arrived it was through the back door. No standing in long queues with all the kids for us. Oh No. To the office suite where John signed us in and we met our guide for the next couple of hours, Stephanie. Stephanie showed us to a little golf buggy, we jumped in and off we sped. Well not quite sped but we went off at golf buggy pace!
The park was quite busy as it is school holidays here and Stephanie carefully picked ...
... 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 ...