Baymont Inn and Suites Columbus at Rickenbacker
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... rough and scary. And the smell of car fumes was nasty. There was rubbish all over the sides of the roads and huge derelict buildings with broken windows and graffiti on the sides. I was surprised to see shrubs growing on bridges over the interstate - Jonathan said that they were old railways. It was strange to see ivy growing on old pylons and across the old electric cables. Many houses lining the road were also derelict. What a place. I have ...
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 ...
... He told us when he first got involved, he was surprised to discover none of the existing members had ever been to Africa and had never seen the African animals in their natural habitat.
Well this is clearly where John's experience and knowledge from his days backpacking across Africa was invaluable and he set about helping to improve the environment for the zoo's African animals.
Learning all this made us quite excited about what he had in store for us and the ...
... about this as John had told us all about the concept of the Wilds (which is linked to Columbus Zoo) and how you could zip wire above the wild animals.
We were in a group of 9 with Katie (Cat-eye as she liked to refer to herself as) and Dan leading the way for us. Cat-eye was a real character and kept us entertained throughout the afternoon. We had a great time zipping around on the wires and at some stopping points there were binoculars to spot Rhinos and the ...