Comfort Inn Circleville
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I woke up to Jonathan's alarm and him going upstairs. I must have dozed-off again as the next thing I remembered was waking up next to Weasley and then my friend, Sirius, the pudding hopped-up. Not having the self control to resist cat cuddles and Jonathan telling tales to Aunt Carol, I went upstairs with a guilty conscientious and then trailed mud all around the house from my shoes after breaking the towel rack in the bathroom. Not a great start ...
... 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 ...
... at John & Maryline's is very interesting. There is a photo of a group of swimmers taken just after they had completed the Channel Swim Relay in 2014 - one of them was Bryan! Then we noticed there was a statue on the dresser. It was of the same group of swimmers - there's Bryan again - this time immortalised in clay!
John was really keen to show us his city and so later he took us there. Columbus is a fairly small but perfectly formed city and so very ...
Spending a couple of days to see my relatives on my mom's side.
Earl Wall (uncle)
Alice Wall (aunt)
Jimmy Wall (cousin)
Steven Wall (cousin)
Had a very nice lunch and dinner with them. Lots of fun telling old stories.
Thank you everyone for being with us in prayer and in spirit as we made our journey across the Atlantic Ocean. It was a splendid journey and wonderful to re-connect with some of our previous exchange students and their families!
I asked each family member for their faves from each place we visited so here we go:
Beth- My first passport stamp of the trip and I bought some beautiful tulip bulbs!