Red Roof Inn Columbus Northeast-Westerville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Spending a couple of days to see my relatives on my mom's side.
Earl Wall (uncle)
Alice Wall (aunt)
Jimmy Wall (cousin)
Steven Wall (cousin)
Had a very nice lunch and dinner with them. Lots of fun telling old stories.
... the museum, did not begin to scratch the surface. An amazing venture for all ages. So many different exhibits, adventures , and interactive activities. From visiting China starting with an airplane ride there, to dubbing our voices into a cartoon. The dinosphere exhibit was breathtaking. If you are ever in Indy, don't miss this city treasure. On our way home early evening from the museum it began ...
... the airport by Mac which seemed to make her day since she had the stress of traveling internationally by herself today.
We want to thank the TVHS teachers who organized the school part of our travel and our German hosts Ralph and Nicole Peter, Finnish hosts Mia and Rauno Mellin and our Norwegian hosts Tone Langseth-Luth and Svein ...
... his home town in Ohio. I also met his parents and saw his house and beautiful garden.
Since we had never gone out to visit Phillipe in Ohio and we didn't have much time, we decided to spend as much time as we could with him, so we didn't make any other plans to meet up with people in and around New York. It was so nice to hang out with Phil in his college town. We met many of his friends and got ...
... of these places means some interesting rides on back roads, mostly dirt...unlike the southwest, there are very few petroglyph sites here - I could only find two, this being one of them. Robin was not impressed and after we visited asked me if I had researched the site, wondering if it was even genuine. He said the symbols were just a little too "on the nose" - too easy to identify what we were looking at. ...