Red Roof PLUS+ Columbus Dublin
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... we both felt like we had been transported there. Well done John, it is amazing and you should be very proud.
We spent some time just wandering around this section, with it being so hot today it really helped with the feeling of being in Africa. One of our favourite animals here was the giraffes. They do have times during the day where you can feed them but it seems as if the giraffes like to hang around this area anyway on the off chance they may get fed at any time ...
... a great international group of people we were, all have travelled and have some great stories to tell between us. John had solo backpacked throughout the whole continent of Africa - top to bottom when he first left university in the 1980s. You can tell how much the memories still mean to him as his face lights up when he talks about it.
The following day was a very special day for us - we went to meet Rosie! - but you can ...