So, Husband is going to be out of town next week, taking his 3rd level Master Sommelier test (keep your fingers crossed!) While he is out of town, I'm planning to visit Columbus as a tourist. I suppose it isn't really visiting, being that I live here, but nonetheless, I am hoping to visit a few spots in Columbus I don't usually frequent. Kind of like being a travel writer in my own fair city.
Is there any place you think I should visit? Any place you've always wanted to visit but haven't and would like someone else to do it?
Any suburban restaurants you think I should visit? Husband doesn't really like to travel further than 5 minutes for dinner, but I don't mind, so I'm thinking of heading out to *gasp* Powell. I promise not to make fun of any suburbanites.
Here a few of my thoughts:
Columbus Museum of Art
Paper Art Museum
Pulitzer Prize Winning Photograph Exhibit @ the Ohio Historical Society
Maca (tapas restaurant in Powell)
Some local parks
Comic Book museum on campus
Franklin Park Conservatory
Take a tour of the Santa Maria
A Somalian restaurant, maybe D'Arbo
Maybe, maybe go out east to Dawes Arboretum