Ohio, state thirty-nine, by the numbers:
Total miles: 485
Total money gained: $0
Total money spent: $57.86
Other transport: $3.75
Budgeted amount ($200/week or $28.57/day): $114.28
Total under budget: $56.42
Approximate amount of money saved from awesome other people paying for me: $0
North American Reciprocal Museum pass: $38.50 ($189.50 from $100)
National Park Interagency pass: $0 ($325 from $80)
Number of free meals: 6
Total nights spent with people I already knew: 0
Total nights spent with Couchsurfing hosts: 3
Total nights spent with non-Couchsurfing hosts: 0
Total nights spent in the car: 0
Total number of hosts/homes stayed in: 3
Total number of Couchsurfing hosts/homes: 3
Total number of family/friend hosts/homes: 0
Total dates: 0
Total encounters with Mrs. Meyer’s soap: 3.5 – 1 basil, .5 because one was a poser…
Total unexpected, but awesome experiences: 10
Total “Seriously, are you following me right now…?!” moments: 1
Total “This is so AMAZING, I can’t believe how AWESOME my life is!” moments: 14
Cincinnati – Spring Grove Cemetery is beautiful.
Cincinnati – Findlay Market has free food samples, which is always fun.
Cincinnati – Contemporary Arts Center really neat exhibits and the unmuseum on the top floor where you get to interact with the art is the best!
Cincinnati – National Underground Railroad Freedom Center so much history and very well presented.
Cleveland – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – especially cool if you’re really into music. Great exhibits, pricy though.
OHIO THINGS TO SKIP IF YOU’RE CRUNCHED FOR TIME:
Columbus – I checked out the German Village, it was meh. Nothing else sounded cool.
Toledo – Toledo Museum of Art, your basic art museum, granted I totally missed the Glass Pavilion, which actually looks pretty cool, so maybe you should go and check that out and let me know how it was.
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