Join me on a walk around the Historic Italian Village.
Hubby decided to sleep in on Saturday. I was anxious to do some exploring, so I left the Air BnB and walked to get breakfast.
The first group of photos is where our Air BnB is located and the murals across the street.
Some of the flowers and the chicken on the building. It was a deli or a small convenience store if I am remembering correctly.
The reason I went for the walk was to go to this coffee shop called Fox in the Snow. Boy, it did not disappoint. When I got there, there were a lot of people waiting for it to open. It is a popular place and for a good reason.
Check out the pastries. People were lining up to not only get coffee but also get the pastries.
The coffee I got is the New Orleans coffee. It’s made with chicory instead of coffee. So good.
Some photos of my walk back to the Air BNB.
Here is my gluten-free breakfast sandwich from the Fox in the Snow:
Join me next time for our visit to the North Market.
We were on the hunt for food. I had worked a whole day before we drove to Columbus, so I was starving. They had interactive signs on High Street which helped us decide on where we were going to eat. However, we never made it there. Instead we ended up at SeeSaw. Someone had told me about this place, so we ate there. I love the fact they have gluten-free on the menu. It made it so easy to pick what I wanted to order.
I’ve been editing photos from my adventures in 2021. I needed to make a decision about what I was going to start sharing with you. After much thought, I decided I needed to start in Columbus.
On the 5th anniversary of my sister’s death, we went to Columbus, Ohio. We stayed near the Short North Shore area which is an eclectic area of Columbus. Located down from Ohio State, it’s a place that college students party. Behind the main street, there are neighborhoods with gardens.
Join me next time for our dinner at See Saw, a bar and restaurant, with the coolest stairs.