Hampton Inn Columbus Airport

4280 International Gateway, Columbus, Ohio, 43219-3811, United States
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Homeless in Columbus

by deecat

In almost any city of good size in the United States, you will see homeless people either begging on the streets, sleeping in the parks, or loitering here and there. We had not seen any of these instances until we journeyed to the Old Deaf School Park on a Saturday morning. We were busy looking at the beautiful park, the architecture of the school and the gift shop, taking photographs galore when suddenly, I notice a body all enfolded in either blankets or a sleeping bag on one of the park benches near the upopened gift shop. I proceed cautiously to check it out, and my first assumption was correct...it was a person with their belongs nearby.

It was a startling realization, that sadness exists even in the most lovely settings. I backed away for some distance before I took a photograph. The entire time we were in the park (at least half an hour), the person continued to sleep. I do so hope that the person was actually sleeping and not hurt or dead!

You have to click on the photo to see because it is so far away. This situation is, by no means, my fondest memory of Columbus. It is a rare moment in time that puts me back into the realm of reality, which I sometimes lose as I vacation.

The Japanese Steakhouse

by SeannyMac about The Japanese Steakhouse

The Japanese Steakhouse makes a great lunch or dinner outing any day of the year. When you're seated in front of your grille, and your chef comes to cook, it's some of the best entertainment you can get. The chefs humour you with crazy food antics and jokes (often one chef will toss a shrimp tail at another), and you get to see the food cooked before you.

The Steakhouse has wonderful steak and seafood, but the meal I highly suggest is the Chicken Sakura. The chef grilles a chicken breast, and tops it with a creamy, dense sauce that literally melts in your mouth. Most Japanese steakhouses I've been to outside of Columbus do not serve this sauce, so be sure to order it. And, if you prefer a intensely cultural meal, you should try some sushi. Pick your favourite variety--it's all good. Chicken Sakura

Authentic subs since 1956

by spartan about Jersey Mike's Subs

Sandwiches are hand made and they don't skimp on the fixings. Get the large and something cold to drink and I guarantee that you will have to unbuckle the belt when you are finished. The Philly Cheese Steak (with fried onions, peppers & mushrooms), Club Sub (cheese, ham, turkey, lettuce, tomato, mayo & bacon) and Club Supreme (swiss, turkey, roast beef, lettuce, tomato, mayo & bacon) are delicious choices.

Hee Haw, it's the Columbus Zoo

by tvdandy

The Columbus Zoo is a so so zoo. I am spoiled because I lived in San Diego with the best zoo in the country and Chicago with the Lincoln Park Zoo, which was free. Decent aquarium and reptile house. Big enough to make it a decent walk. Has all the typical animals, no more, no less. Don't go on a hot day, or you will suffer. If you go on a weekend, expect to fight for space to look at the animals.

Manatees at the Aquarium in Columbus Zoo

by butterflykizzez04

Size: Length, up to 15 feet. Weight, up to 1,900 pounds.

The Columbus Zoo is home to the Florida manatee; They are endangered and protected by the federal Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 and the Endangered Species Act of 1973. Their closest modern relatives according to biochemical studies, include the elephant and aardvarks.

Status In The Wild: Endangered.
Approximately 2,600 manatees remain in the wild. In Florida, the main reason for the manatee's population decline is boat collision. Other reasons include: hunting, pollution, drainage of swamps, accidental drowning, and cold weather. Natural causes such as perinatal death and disease have attributed to an average of 67% of manatee deaths over the last 19 years. People have hunted manatees for food as well as for their hides, oil and bones. Manatees can be expected to live 50 to 60 years

Habitat & distribution: Manatees can be found in coastal waters including bays, rivers and estuaries. They seem to prefer freshwater but live in saltwater also. They prefer water temperatures greater than 20 degrees C. They often congregate at sources of warm water such as warm springs and power plant discharges to thermo-regulate in winter (a Florida phenomenon). Where they are found is a function of food availability and temperature. They have nomadic tendencies, pausing in areas that supply their needs and then moving on. They move freely from saltwater to freshwater

Common Name(s): Manatee, Sea cow

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Address: 4280 International Gateway, Columbus, Ohio, 43219-3811, United States