InTown Suites Columbus East
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... which was really pretty, although slow. Some of roads we drove through in Ohio were major roads, yet passed through cute neighbors with lovely towns and homes and we passed Amish communities. Of course, only ever seeing this in movies, I had a long conversation with Jonathan as he was telling me all about Amish people and their lifestyles. The traffic was getting held up at one point because an Amish man was on his horse and cart. Awesome. I ...
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 ...
... immigration and customs at O'Hare. (Erin told us later that her pilot was given a more direct flight and given permission to speed up so that they were only 2 minutes late.)
Our flight to Newark was almost 7 hours and we were only 12 minutes late. We got through immigration and customs without a hitch, picked up our luggage and rechecked it, took the monorail to our terminal and found our gate. It was ...
... handle" type basis only and they are not to be petted or allowed to get up close to the public. They had a massive house and area outside with a huge swimming pool, but today they had chosen to stay inside. It was a fabulous sunny day but we suppose even elephants get tired of the sunshine sometimes.
John told us a funny story about once, when the Zoo board were having a meeting, they used the elephant house to hold it in. The elephants shut up safely for the night on ...
... 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 ...