Baymont Inn and Suites Columbus at Rickenbacker
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So in Columbus I visited an outpatient behavioural health clinic ran by the children's hospital. The nurse I met with was a mental health trainer and so gave me access to some of the resources he uses to educate staff which is fantastic. He has also worked in other hospitals throughout the states that have inpatient units or a few beds on a general medical ward used specifically for mental health children and young people and so had a lot of advice on the matter. ...
Day two of the road trip included a stop at The Christmas Story House. Kids loved exploring the house. The gang stayed the night in Columbus. Roscoe was thrilled to be staying in a second hotel. And Gwen decided that this would be the time to learn how to climb out of a crib. It's a good thing she is moving to a big girl bed once in ...
We've made it to Columbus, OH.
Columbus was founded in 1812 and named after Christopher Columbus. Located
almost in the center of Ohio, Columbus is the 15th largest city in
the US. The city is a very popular place for business and travel. USA Travel ...
... could, and hanging out to dry the rest. Fortunately, the sun burned through and a bit of a breeze picked up, so things dried quickly.
Most of the time while I packed, Alex went off and played with the same kids he had hung out with the night prior.
While I packed, I was briefly visited by a gentleman from Cornwall, England, who was curious about my baggage pods. It's amazing how many visitors from foreign countries you can meet ...
... fives, back slaps and hugs. Then the next song would start up and they would go at it again. It's a 'metal' thing apparently. Weird.
It was now time for the festival heavyweights, with Alice in Chains first up. The Seattle grunge rockers certainly didn't let their fan base down, belting out one hit after another, including Would, Man in the Box, Rooster, Them Bones and Nutshell to name a few.
By this stage, I had finally drummed up enough courage to hit the mosh ...