Value Place Columbus, Ohio (Hilliard)
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... so excited that she couldn't even take her piece of sausage at first. But eventually managed :-). She's so cute and small - I wanted to pop her in my handbag. It is sad leaving Michigan - it has been so lovely meeting everyone and feeling so welcomed. I have a feeling that we'll be back soon. As we drove south it was quite the rainy day. We drove through Detroit and there were lots of road works, which meant I had time to take it all in. It ...
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 ...
We got up at 7:00 and left by 7:30. When we got to the tram stop we only had to wait 4 minutes for the next tram to the airport. We got there in about half an hour and walked to the terminal and got in line for United Airlines. After were finished answering the security questions we were just waiting in line when I heard a ticket clerk ask if anyone was on the 12:05 flight to Newark. I raised my hand and she asked ...
... around the crowds to some smaller service roads which ran along out of sight. First stop - The Gorrillas! Jody has always loved gorillas and has a fabulous memory of a gorilla encounter at Stuttgart zoo years ago.
The gorilla house was packed full of kids all screaming and shouting every time the little baby gorrilla came into view pulling a bundle of hay around with him. He was very cute. Stephanie explained that the big silverback gorilla in that enclosure was not ...
... 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 ...