Travel Inn Delaware
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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 ...
... immigration and customs at O'Hare. (Erin told us later that her pilot was given a more direct flight and given permission to speed up so that they were only 2 minutes late.)
Our flight to Newark was almost 7 hours and we were only 12 minutes late. We got through immigration and customs without a hitch, picked up our luggage and rechecked it, took the monorail to our terminal and found our gate. It was ...
... music and the shops. We grabbed some food and found a table in front of some huge plate glass windows. It was just like looking out at the African plains with zebra, giraffe and ostriches roaming around.
We had been really keen to see this section as we know John personally had a hand in how it looks. With his love and experience of Africa, he has been hugely instrumental in helping get it right. And what an achievement! We have never been to Africa but sitting there at ...
... match' in Columbus. This is where the Football Managers are finalising their A & B teams and about 90 players will get cut down to about 50. John had managed to get some tickets and so we would see our first American Football game :-)
Although not a full game as the managers were looking for key specific positions and they had to repeat certain parts of the game, The stadium was packed to about 75% (it holds 106,000 people!) A lot of people all turned out ...