There are just some places that I struggle to really capture with the written word. (This does not bode well for my writing career, unfortunately.)
Zaharakos, the 1900 ice cream parlor and soda fountain here in Columbus, Indiana, where we call home, is that sort of place. I've written about Zaharakos here and for Visit Indiana, but I've never felt like I've done it justice. And during this season of good cheer, it's all decked out in its holiday finest, making it even harder to describe.
So this time around, I went with video and put this little ditty together for the Columbus Visitors Center, where I've been blogging regularly over the last few months. My video skills could use some work too, but at least its a new take on one of our favorite spots.
Yes, you saw that correctly, I do in fact feed my baby ice cream. These kids won't grow big and strong on fruits and veggies alone. In fact, a giant serving of their chocolate ice cream was the last thing I ate before having Little Arrow a year ago!
Here are a few other photos from our recent visit.
I think my favorite part of Zaharakos' atmosphere is the chairs. It makes me really nostalgic for the ice cream shop my family went to when I was a little girl. And I love that I'm giving the Arrows those same memories.
Mmmmm. Soda syrups!
Someday he'll love me enough to look at the camera and smile.
This post is a part of Photo Friday at Delicious Baby and Friday Daydreamin' at R We There Yet Mom?
Don't forget to check out my Passports with Purpose prize, an Ergobaby Carrier and Travel Pack!