On Saturday, Ryan and I drove to Bloomington, Indiana to see one of our favorite comedians, James Adomian. We had a blast at the show, but an unexpected highlight of the trip was stopping for the afternoon in Columbus, Indiana.
Although from Indiana, Ryan hadn't been to Columbus before, but he'd head about its place as a top city to see architecture and public art. If you're interested in learning a bit about how this came to be, NPR does a great story on it here.
Anyway, since our main thrill in life is walking around a new city, we were excited to spend an afternoon taking in some unique sights in this charming small town.
In addition to seeing some incredible buildings, unique pieces of public art, and one of the most touching war memorials either of us has ever beheld, we also had lunch an Zaharako's, an adorable soda shop that's been there since 1900. Their cinnamon ice-cream soda was to die for, and their player organ was really something to behold.
If you live anywhere near Columbus, Indiana, I cannot recommend it enough as a day-trip destination.
I made a video of our trip, as well as taking photos, so stay tuned for that!