The Granville Inn
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... onions - but in the USA, hot dogs are not served with fried onions, it's raw onions, so I went with the cony sauce. It was really good. Adam and Diane drove us around the city for a mini-guided tour and showed us the art district and the sites of Columbus. It was a really nice evening and was fun to see good friends. We had always talked of visiting, so it was great that we finally, although briefly, got to see Columbus and their lovely home and puppy ...
I've always had an interest in the history of our country and our travels have given me the opportunity to learn more and see the places, people and events that shaped and molded America into the great country it is today. We visited Fort Ligonier in Ligonier, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1758 as an outpost for the British Crown as the two European powers, Great Britain and France, contested ownership of the vast inner basin of the Americas. This conflict resulted in ...
... 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 ...
... s father but he had adopted him into the group. The poor baby had been adopted into families in different zoos around the USA but unfortunately not accepted anywhere... until he got here. Now over a year old, he has a family of his own :-)
Next stop was the bonobos and then the elephants. We both love elephants. We have always made that fact well known. These particular elephants though were not to be on our behind the scenes tour as the zoo keeps them on a "safe for ...
... we arrived at Columbus. John was waiting at the bus station to meet us and made us feel so welcome.
John and Bryan had met on a swimming training programme in Majorca in 2013, where they were both trying to gain their 6 hour swim certificate in order to swim the channel. John was part of a 6 man relay team swimming the channel and when one of the team members unfortunately had to drop out, Bryan stepped in so the swim could still go ahead. And so they swam in the ...