La Quinta Inn Columbus Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... you get the sense of what this place was once like in its heyday. Again, there is quite a bit of information in their small museum that brings you back to those years. There is still a small place where you can walk into the pool and the spring is still bubbling up and you can feel the water from the spring. We were there on an extremely hot day, so the water didn't feel all that warm. However, in the winter, I'm sure it was ...
Year 2, Day 121 Calloway Gardens. Unfortunately not the most beautiful time for us to be going to the gardens, but it was fun to see. They were having a balloon festival, so we got up bright and early to see that, but it wasn't that great and they tethered most of the balloons that were there, but we had seen some in the West (and rode in 2), so it wasn't that ...
... a new blog entry that day, we received a call from Roseanna Birky, wife of Jayne's classmate Bob, who invited us to come visit because we were so close to their home in Buchanan. On Sunday it was a short two-hour drive to their home. They suggested that we meet in a nearby town, because our GPS would probably not be able to find their house. We surprised them with the help of 'Helga', our GPS lady guide, ...
It has now been over a week since I was in Japan, and I feel like I am finally fully recovered. Looking back on this experience, nothing feels quite real, but I am excited to use some of the information I learned while I was there.
The aesthetics of the Way are intricate, but they have an element to them that can be related to. Many of these ideas such as "wabi", “shoshin”, and “ma” ...
Looking back over this trip, I was able to really appreciate the way in which the Japanese live. Every moment is transient, in the same way this trip was. This means that nothing lasts forever, so enjoy the moment you find yourself in. I am still recovering from jet lag, but I know once things are back to normal I will really be able to reflect on this ...