However, we had a great time, and I had no problem keeping up with a 12 year old. We had two young ladies as our guides to make sure we could get through the obstacles, and it was a blessing to have them. They gave us tips on how to complete the more challenging obstacles – like the one that spun you around when you stepped on it, or when we got stuck on a rope course with (in our minds) no way to move forward or turn around! We cheated a little by skipping a couple of higher and more challenging ones. I was feeling pretty brave trusting the harness would keep me from falling to my demise, but my son wasn’t as confident. If you aren’t too afraid of heights, and are looking for a fun family activity that isn’t just “looking at things,” as my son was trying to avoid, I would recommend this one. And the zoo becomes an added benefit. We wandered the zoo the next couple of hours and enjoyed our day.
While in Toledo, we stayed at a popular hotel chain. It had been fairly recently remodeled, and the room was nice and clean. We shared the pool, hot tub and continental breakfast with other guests. It was pretty typical for a hotel. Although the standard room was given to us as $117/night, the total for one night with taxes and fees came to just over $138.
At Bobbi’s Bungalow, you get an entire 2-bedroom house to yourself for about the same price as the cookie cutter hotel room we got for $117. No sharing with other guests here! And at the Bungalow, you get a peaceful stay at a “home away from home” with no worries.
Enjoy locally roasted coffee on the front porch at your leisure or stroll downtown for a home cooked breakfast at the local diner. You can even experience a zip line adventure like the one we did in Toledo just a few miles north of the Bungalow at Markin Farms Zipline Adventures. [See More Local Attractions]
Call me to book your next visit to the Bellefontaine/West Liberty/Urbana area. The front porch swing is ready, and I’d love to meet you!