German Village Inn
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... to see them again. We met their puppy dogs; Diane's cute 15 year old, long haired, grey doggy and Adam's English mastiff. It was the biggest dog that I have ever seen. It's enormous. From miniature Cuppy in the morning, to giant Mastiff in the evening. It wagged its tail, which hit me and it actually hurt! It also sat on my foot and I struggled to pull it out from under its butt! Thankfully, he was a big softie, but its head was big enough ...
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 ...
... come to her desk. She said they would put us on an earlier flight that was boarding NOW as there was trouble with the later flight. So we got our tickets with earlier flights to Newark and Columbus, got our bags tagged and took them to be expedited for loading on the plane. We only got to wave goodbye to Erin as she waited in line. They let us go through the Fast Track at security which still meant taking off ...
... totally different perspective on an aquarium and one you don't often get to see. Then with the tour over, we all went to the front of the aquarium to see it how the rest of the tourists get to see it. Very impressive!
Well by now we were getting hungry. Stephanie drove us in the buggy up towards Africa and dropped us off. We said our thanks and our goodbyes to her before finding some food.
In the Africa section everything is African themed including the ...
... after the beautiful rhino we met at the zoo. Very fitting really.
John & Maryline have been absolutely fabulous hosts. They have welcomed us into their home, fed us, entertained us and all in all made us feel so relaxed and comfortable. We have been bowled over by their kindness. We hope one day they will come to England and let us return their wonderful hospitality (and we are dying to get John to Go Ape).
Thank you John & Maryline - Cheers!