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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... idea of driving around quietly in a horse and cart. I think I would adapt to that quite nicely, so asked Jonathan if he fancied trying being Amish for a while. I guess not :-) Finally made it to Columbus, Ohio and our hotel which we booked around the corner from our friends Adam and Diane who live there. Jonathan went to school with Adam in Cayman and I met them when they visited last Christmas. They also flew in for our wedding, so it was ...
... down the cherry tree, his prowess as the General who lead us into freedom from Great Britain, that he was our first president, had wooden teeth and owned slaves, but there is so much more to the man than just the legend. I think I'll study up on our First President, his childhood and as a young man. Should prove enlightening.
As for Fort Ligonier...It's time of service was short, only seven and a half years, and the Fort was decommissioned in March of ...
... come to her desk. She said they would put us on an earlier flight that was boarding NOW as there was trouble with the later flight. So we got our tickets with earlier flights to Newark and Columbus, got our bags tagged and took them to be expedited for loading on the plane. We only got to wave goodbye to Erin as she waited in line. They let us go through the Fast Track at security which still meant taking off ...
... to support over 70 conservation projects worldwide. A recreation and education destination that includes the 22-acre Zoombezi Bay water park and 18-hole Safari Golf Club, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium was named the number one zoo in America by USA Travel Guide and sees over 2.3 million visitors annually
The animal exhibits are divided into regions of the world, with the zoo currently operating eight such regions.
John had hinted at some behind the scene ...
... clapping music, we saw a fabulous band on the stage playing trumpets and we watched people in general just enjoying themselves. The kids got wet in the fountains the same as kids do everywhere else in the world.
It was a really great atmosphere.
Finally on our last evening, we had our last meal in their pretty little conservatory and toasted our firm friendship with Prosecco. We discussed names for our new vehicle and of course there was only one name ...