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Still on easter holidays… part II – Columbus

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Day 2 – Columbus

Well, after the first intense day we had, we couldn’t get out to OColumbus too soon, but we still got to see everything we had scheduled.
We found the city well organized, but we immediately nicknamed it ghost town, because there were few people on the streets. I’m not sure if it’s always like this, but for all the places we looked, everything seemed kind of empty, shops, restaurants and museums seemed closed but they weren’t. Columbus is the capital of the state of Ohio and has a large university center, which we visited in the morning (we walked there as hell). Well, better to “bizoiar” the photos and cut the chat right … 🙂

Lane Avenue Bridge in Columbus
Mazá guri
We found a “Brazilian” coffee at a gas station…
Already in university – Orton Hall

Ohio State University – building back there eh the University Hall
Another one from University Hall
Ohio State University – Knowlton Hall – School of Architecture
… I see flowers in you…
Scott Laboratory – Mechanical Engineering Building
This building deserves the second photo… very cool…
Physics research building
But of course right…
Drinko Hall – College of Law
Blue Jackets Stadium – hockey team

There by the vicinity of the stadium
Beautiful flowers… spring my people!!
Supreme Court across the river…
Streets in Columbus – tribute to Mami Beatriz

Columbus College of Arts & Design
Public market
Back in Cincinnati, we arrived just as the source was “turned on” at this station… there were concerts by local musicians and even fireworks…