Worthington Red Roof Inn
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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 ...
... 10 minutes and they started boarding our flight. We talked to Derek and let him know we would be home at 4:00 instead of 8:45 and made plans to go out for dinner at: The Pub - an English pub at Polaris where they wear kilts and serve English/Scottish beer.
We got to Columbus shortly before 4:00 and called Erin in Chicago. She still had 4 more hours of flying to do. When we were ready to leave ...
... food for these sea creatures!), the tanks housing special creatures, the huge water containers where all the water is filtred and salted and tested to keep it all to the correct level of nitrates and salinity. All very technical and Bryan found this really interesting as he sees many of the species housed here when he is out diving.
We were then taken above a huge tank of water onto little gangways where we could look down onto the fish and sharks swimming in it. It ...
... 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 ...