Travelodge Grove City / So. Columbus
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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 ...
... 10 minutes and they started boarding our flight. We talked to Derek and let him know we would be home at 4:00 instead of 8:45 and made plans to go out for dinner at: The Pub - an English pub at Polaris where they wear kilts and serve English/Scottish beer.
We got to Columbus shortly before 4:00 and called Erin in Chicago. She still had 4 more hours of flying to do. When we were ready to leave ...
... where wild animals still roam free. And maybe by the time they are old enough there will be no more wild animals to see anyway. Maybe the only way these children will ever see an elephant or a giraffe is by visiting a zoo. So when zoos are as good as this they should be applauded and supported all the way.
Well done Columbus Zoo, and thank you John for sharing it with us. Your passion shines through and you have given us an experience we will never forget :-)
... 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 ...