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... the Browns. (which I was fine with) Lets face it, no one wants to watch NFL when you have to Super Bowls playing on the same day. (that is the only way to describe this situation). Since it was Sunday....everyone was out to watch the games.
I got to the bar around 4PM knowing full well it was going to be pretty dicey and I was not wrong. This place was packed. Standing room only and ...
... and jelly. We were saved!!! Chewed them down, stood up and raced to the next bus. Aunt Peggy, this would be a good time for you to grab some lunch, quick trip to the bathroom and come back and fasten your seat belt. As we pulled away from the dock once again, I wondered if it could get any better. This morning our guide had been a delightful retired school teacher named Annie Gallagher!! We boarded the bus and there she was, to be with us all ...
... Dublin.... Andrew enjoyed the motorway at 120 on cruise control and Blake slept soundly. That is until we arrived into busy Dublin city and needed to concentrate on navigating to our accommodation when Blake decided to wake up ravenous and scream! Fortunately I managed to feed him and Andrew could focus enough to deliver us to our third flash accommodation of the trip - The Croke Park Hotel. We have another lovely room and Mum, Dad and Lucy are a couple of floors above ...
... Dublin to explore a bit. We started off at the Guiness Storehouse which is amazing. It is a seven story brewery tour that explains all the history of guiness. Very interesting. It ends with a pint of guiness in the Gravity Bar which has 360 degree views of Dublin.
After that we went for a wander through town. Sam was very excited to find a Timmies!! So had to have a token donut! ...
... minutes later, she was made naked before our eyes and only about 3 kilos of wool were left behind. Their wool, while so incredibly soft, is just a by-product of the industry. If farmers hire out a professional shearer it can cost more to have the coats clipped than the wool will bring at the market. In fact, Fenton was wearing an authentic counterfeit Tommy Hilfiger sweater, made of real acrylic somewhere in southeast Asia. As he explained, Irish farmers wear ...
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