Worthington Red Roof Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... the Columbus Zoo
and Aquarium #1 for places to travel in the US. Columbus is home to professional
soccer and hockey teams as well as several collegiate teams.
Next stop = Lansing, MI
Distance from Columbus = 256 miles
Distance from SHE = 1060 miles
... liked the stickers.
Picked up US-62 just south of Buffalo and ran that down the Allegheny and over a mountain or two to Mercer, PA. Picked up I-80 from there so I could get some pizza for dinner.
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The ride home was long. Chauffeured by a dear friend, Cheryl returning the same favor I had done for her only two years earlier. It bonded our hearts, and sharpened our spiritual acuity. ...