As I sit inside Rickenbacker Airport and wait for the flight that has already been delayed ten hours, I can’t help but be slightly irritated that I’ve lost almost an entire day on the beach. At this moment, my only amusement is the older ladies in the corner who, rather than complain about the flight, […]
Cincinnati is perhaps most well known for its hills, German heritage, river, and diverse collection of architecture. Now, however, the city is becoming more and more known for one of the most dramatic urban transformations currently taking place in America. Naturally, those visiting Cincinnati should start at its center. Visit Fountain Square which has become […]
From CrunchGear.com: Geek Weekend: Columbus, Ohio by Scott Merrill Geek Weekend is a continuing travel series about geeky things to do in cities around the world. It’s a common opinion — even amongst its residents — that Columbus, Ohio is “Cow Town, USA” with nothing to do. As a life-long resident, I disagree emphatically with […]
The next time your family heads to King’s Island, Cedar Point or somewhere else by car, skip the highway. By traveling through small towns via state routes and back roads, your family can be introduced to fun little shops and lots of opportunities to check out local foods.
For those of us looking for ways to save money this summer, but still have a fun vacation, we are introducing a new feature about road trips that are Close to Columbus. Hocking Hills is one such place. It is an easy drive southeast of Columbus along route 33 and only takes about an hour […]
While street cycling and urban scootering can offer thrills of their own in Downtown Columbus, you have to head about an hour southbound if you want to experience something a bit more “off road”. That’s just what we found at the “Hocking Hills Nature Trails” ATV rental and trail riding destination. Owner Karry Gemmell has […]
If you are looking for something to do this weekend, heading south to Logan, Ohio for their Washboard Music Festival could be a fun option. Billed as, “Ohio’s Most Unique Music Festival,” the festival runs from June 18-20 and celebrates the evolution of the washboard from an item of necessity into an item of decoration […]