Columbus, United States travel tips

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Golden Triangle Regional Airport may only be just a regional airport, but it has several great connections.

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Want to see the countryside? Buy a coach ticket from Greyhound and enjoy the trip!

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Having a hard time concentrating on the road? Take a nap.

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Road signs are fool proof and easy to understand, still read up in advance on traffic rules.

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Sports are big in the U.S., and a game of local team Columbus Crew is a good way to spend an afternoon.

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Columbus is abundant in hotels, but Courtyard Columbus Worthington really sticks out with its great service!

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Every hotel you know is full in Columbus? Try Courtyard by Marriott.

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If all the great hotels are packed, try the local Motel6.

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There are few bus lines that run quite frequently in Columbus.

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Columbus Jazz and Rib Fest is a great way to spend a week in Columbus.

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The American Whistle Factory offers great guided tours.

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Red, White & BOOM, held in July, is supposedly the biggest and best Independence Day firework in the Midwest.

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Origins International Game Expo is a true nerdgasm!

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Striking up a conversation is easy in America as everybody loves to chat!

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Want to listen to some DJs? The ShiSha Lounge is one of the best known places in the city.

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Liqour time? Check out a nice bar called Old Bag of Nails Pub!

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Looking for an exquisite place? Cameron Mitchel Restaurants is one of the best places in the whole state.

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Schmidt's Sausage Haus has a friendly staff and a great atmosphere.

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Need a quick bite in Lincoln? Yau's China Bistro is has a great value menu!

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Don't be offended when someone does not know where your country is! Politely explain it and they will be very curious!

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