Red Roof PLUS+ Columbus Downtown-Convention Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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I woke up this morning not knowing what the hell to do in this sleepy little hollow they call Columbus. In fact, I reckon you could find more things to do in Taihape than here. I knew I still needed to get my souvenir fridge magnet which had proved so difficult to find yesterday. I decided to improve my chances by asking one of the ladies at the …
Unfortunately my blog for the next two days is likely to be as boring as bat-**** as that pretty much sums up downtown Columbus when you are here by yourself.
I had spent my last 3 days based out in the Ohio State University district, north of downtown, and nearer to where I was attending Rock on the Range. I had also been entertained by …
... went very well, especially for me as I had TSA Precheck and sailed through security. We got some breakfast sandwiches and OJ for breakfast and then went to our gate. We left on time and were in Columbus by 2:00. When they tried to unload the baggage from our plane there was a swarm of bees and they couldn't do it. That did not delay us ...
... way through. Upon arrival at Dallas the weather was no surprise, it was just as I'd left it: hot, steamy and stormy. After a couple of hours my next flight left for Columbus, by this stage due to a lack of sleep I couldn't even stay awake for take-off. This highlighted that there was no way I could have driven straight to Athens that night, so I was glad Donelle had booked an airport hotel for that ...
Scott and I are now safely ensconced in the delightful rolling hills of Virginia, but prior to arriving here we stayed overnight in Columbus, Ohio for a quick stop at Country Living Magazine's "Country Living Fair", which I've enjoyed attending several times. It's billed as an event where patrons can "see the magazine come to life", and that's really true. ...