Insiders' Guide to Columbus, Ohio, 2nd

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Globe Pequot, 2008 - Travel - 337 pages
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This authoritative guide provides comprehensive insider information on visiting and living in Ohio's capital. The nation's fifteenth largest city, Columbus boasts a small town atmosphere with big city culture, cosmopolitan shopping and top-notch dining. Its geographical location, competitive cost-of-living, and college-town spirit makes Columbus the third fastest growing metro area in the Midwest. It is a very attractive city in which to start a business, pursue higher education, or raise a family. If you are looking for professional sports, a flourishing arts community or just a quiet residential lifestyle, the "Discovery City" offers a little something for everyone.
 

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Contents

Getting Here Getting Around
11
Accommodations
29
Restaurants
45
The Pub Crawl
83
Nightlife
98
The Ohio State University
120
Golf
137
PetFriendly Columbus
165
Annual Events and Festivals
222
Day Trips and Weekend Getaways
237
Relocation
259
Education and Child Care
279
Health Care and Wellness
295
Media
309
Worship
317
About the Author
338

Attractions
192
Kidstuff
207

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2008)

Shawnie Kelley moved to Columbus in 1997 and has been studying Art History and Medieval & Renaissance Studies at The Ohio State University. Having spent three years doing art historical and architectural research and writing numerous articles for Historic Scotland and English Heritage, she has redirected this artistic energy into travel writing. She works in Columbus, and resides in Upper Arlington with her partner, Kevin Foy, their cat, Freddie, and two dogs, Riley and Brooklyn.

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