15 Favorite Places In Columbus Ohio

Columbus, Ohio, brims with diverse attractions ranging from historical landmarks and museums to vibrant neighborhoods. Popular spots include Experience Columbus, the official tourism bureau, the Columbus Museum of Art, and historic German Village known for its heritage and culinary offerings. Highlights also include landmarks like the John F. Wolfe Columbus Commons, Columbus Metropolitan Library and Topiary Park, Short North, Polaris Fashion Place, COSI Center, and suburban area Dublin. Music enthusiasts can enjoy Express Kemba live, while the adventurous can venture to the Gates of Hell Pit. The North Market, Billy Ireland Cartoon Museum, and Ohio Village round off the list.

Escape To Asheville: 5 Tips

Escape to Asheville, a town nestled in the heart of the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains in Western North Carolina. Renowned for its vibrant art scene, soul-stirring music, delectable culinary delights, and captivating theater performances, Asheville is a haven for those seeking a blend of culture, nature, and relaxation. Beyond its cultural attractions, Asheville also offersContinue reading “Escape To Asheville: 5 Tips”

Visit Serpent Mound In Ohio

Visit Serpent Mound In Ohio! If you love ancient mysterious spiritual places than this place is for you. We were staying in Columbus and had some time, so we took the 1hr and 45m scenic drive to the Serpent Mound. If you are coming from Cincinnati you can expect the trip to take about 1hrContinue reading “Visit Serpent Mound In Ohio”

Halloween Special: The Great Stone Castle

Halloween Special: The Great Stone Castle. To celebrate this festive time of year try spending the night at the cool, beautiful, and spooky Great Stone Castle in Sidney, Ohio. We arrived after dark at the castle and my first words were, “Oh my gosh it looks like the house in Psycho.” Bwhahahahahaha! We parked andContinue reading “Halloween Special: The Great Stone Castle”

Six Days in Austin Texas

We spent Six Days in Austin Texas- one whole week to really get to know the city. Recreate our itinerary to see the highlights of this weird and wonderful place! Day 1 Hotel-Save $1,000 for the week and stay at Sleep Inn & Suites Austin North or stay somewhere nice and swanky downtown. Pennybacker BridgeContinue reading “Six Days in Austin Texas”

The Wilds: Tips and Tricks

The Wilds Tips and Tricks in Cumberland, Ohio…We finally made it to the Wilds! This is on everyone’s Ohio bucket lists or “Best Things To Do In Ohio” lists. It is ranked as one of the best drive-thru safaris in the USA. So we finally got to see what all the hullaballoo was about. TheContinue reading “The Wilds: Tips and Tricks”

A Day Trip to Marietta Ohio

A day trip to Marietta, Ohio is a popular choice for many Ohioans. This is especially true on the weekend after Labor Day. You can experience three fun days of fireworks, exotic cars, fair food and entertainment at the popular Ohio River Sternwheel Festival, where a myriad of sternwheelers station themselves along the historic MariettaContinue reading “A Day Trip to Marietta Ohio”

A Day at Sauder Village & Farm

Spending a day at Sauder Village & Farm in Archbold, Ohio is a real treat. Ohio’s largest living-history destination advertises itself as, “an affordable family vacation destination in northwest Ohio, offering a living history museum & farm, a hotel with pool & a campground.” I encountered costumed guides in historic homes, museums, and shops in aContinue reading “A Day at Sauder Village & Farm”

A Day in Bellefontaine and West Liberty, Ohio

A Day in Bellefontaine and West Liberty, Ohio is a destination day trip. These two small towns have a surprisingly lot to offer. We felt like we were on a real vacation! Bellefontaine (Pronounced Bell Fountain) We started out in Bellefontaine and visited the oldest concrete street in America. We then went across the streetContinue reading “A Day in Bellefontaine and West Liberty, Ohio”

Cedar Point Itinerary with and without Rollercoasters

Cedar Point Itinerary with and without Rollercoasters. Is it possible to have fun at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio even if you don’t like roller coasters? Yes! I get easily motion sick and I find big roller coasters too scary, yet I still love Cedar Point! Long before we moved to Ohio, ourContinue reading “Cedar Point Itinerary with and without Rollercoasters”

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