This week in Omaha we visit Omaha Zoo and see traditional Irish music in a local pub. We also visit Topeka for 3 shows and a great party!
Riverdance Posts by Kevin Horton
Baton Rouge had a great southern charm to it and around the theater there were many shops and restaurants. I didn’t try the alligator, but I heard it tasted just like chicken.
In Fayetteville, I traveled with some fellow cast members to Combs, Arkansas where we rented Dune Buggies and rode for the day through the muddy terrain and rivers of Combs’ National Forest. Six of us rented two-seater dune buggies and had a guide show us through the forest.
University of Arkansas is located here, so there was plenty of nightlife to keep us busy after the shows. The downtown area boasts of parks, restaurants and shops, and it was nice to spend some days exploring what Fayetteville has to offer.
Our final week in Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island was a great way to end our Canadian portion of the farewell tour. It is always nice to spend more than one week in any given place, because you really get the chance to meet locals and feel like you live in that place. We were certainly able to do so in Charlottetown, especially in such a small city.
Welcome back everyone to the Boyne Company – first stop Charlottetown, Price Edward Island.
I can not believe that our five weeks in Toronto is finished. We have had such an amazing stay here. Since most of our time here was fast paced, the last week and and a half was spent relaxing and finishing all of the things we had left to the last minute!
There is a gorgeous island just a short ferry ride from the harbor area of downtown. Within walking distance was the harbor with a dock for the ferry to Centre Island. There is a small community of homes situated on half of the Island, with the rest covered with breathtaking beaches, parks, boardwalks along the water, and views of downtown Toronto.
We made it, our fifth split week in a row before heading to Toronto for our five-week run. This week brought us to the small town of Paducah, Kentucky, with a three-day stay to the larger city of Cincinnati, Ohio at the weekend.