Hampton Inn Lancaster
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
... gut! Derek had two bratwurst, Munich and Rattlesnake/Rabbit with spaetzle, Larry had a bratwurst with potato salad and I had a turkey reuben with coleslaw and spaetzle. We got home about 4:00. It was great to be home but the unpacking, pile of mail and newspapers, 21 phone messages and 284 emails kept us busy for a while. It is great to be home!
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 ...
... on the shuttle bus. Columbus has a big indoor/outdoor shopping complex with a wide variety of stores so we wandered around, bought a few things and had lunch before we drove to Athens. One of the most interesting shops was Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams, a chain of stores originating in Columbus that has become famous by offering flavours such as sweetcorn and black raspberry, and goats cheese with sour ...
Scott and I are now safely ensconced in the delightful rolling hills of Virginia, but prior to arriving here we stayed overnight in Columbus, Ohio for a quick stop at Country Living Magazine's "Country Living Fair", which I've enjoyed attending several times. It's billed as an event where patrons can "see the magazine come to life", and that's really true. ...