Dublin, Here We Come!

Family, International, Ireland

The four of us are finally aboard our Chicago to Dublin flight. We’ve had our challenges with seat assignments and boarding passes not to mention a delayed flight out of DFW that had us sprinting through O’Hare airport. Then three of us were seated in Row 26 in three aisle seats with one middle seat in between. When the gentleman assigned to it was offered Patti’s aisle seat with extra leg room in Row 18, he happily accepted! Now we four are ensconced with our phones, power cords, earbuds, blankets, and pillows all together in our cramped seats headed to adventure!

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  1. Jim & Sharon Alonso

    Karen & Sisters:
    Visit the Guinness Brewery and go to the top floor for a free drink.

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  2. Bill

    Have yourselves a rattlin adventure. Dia duit.

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  3. Susan

    Wow! You two DO get around! Dublin, Ohio isn’t that far from us. Too bad your seats are so cramped just to go there….
    oh THAT Dublin! Lol
    Were they able too fit your T@B in the overhead bin?
    Well – by now you are roaming in the countryside and raising a pint or two! Can’t wait to enjoy reading about your adventures. And we will try to withhold all “O” humor
    As in “Patty O. Furniture” or mention of leprechauns.
    Have fun!

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    • Steve & Karen

      Hi Susan & Rich,
      Just a bit of clarification. Steve didn’t get to go on the Sisters Trip to Ireland but we are now back on the road again with our Sc@rlett T@B befind Eric the Ted headed into Michigan and then westward, wherever the roads take us. Will get caught up on the blog posts soon.

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