Bridgestreet Brewer's Yard

Address: 100 Frankfort Sq, Columbus, Ohio, 43206, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 100 Frankfort Sq, Columbus, is near German Village, Book Loft, Schiller Park, and Brewery District.
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Travel Blogs from Columbus

Finally Home

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 29, 2014

... baggage had been sent on the first available plane to Columbus and was waiting for us in baggage claim. We got in our car and drove to Wurst und Beer near Crosswoods Cinema for our lunch. Larry and Derek had Paulaner Oktoberfest beer which was nothing like what they had in Munich. I had a new Shandy/Radler type beer flavored with ...

Surprise!

A travel blog entry by simon.schorn on Sep 17, 2014

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... the plan was for Donelle to meet me that night but once she received her timetable we realised this might not be feasible and decided against it, so you can imagine my surprise when Donelle greeted me at the baggage carousel! Having Donelle around made the next days shopping and travel a lot easier. After breakfast I collected the rental car and parked it back at the hotel before we headed ...

Spending Money Before We Even Get to Virginia....

A travel blog entry by jean.hamberg on Sep 12, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... I love, called "Sweetie-Licious Pies", written by a gal who has a 50's-style pie/lunch diner not far from Grand Rapids; plus a few other small odds and ends.

Then it was on to the local Walmart parking lot, where we've spent many a night en route to our various destinations. The next morning, it was on to Virginia, which begins with my next post.
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Nationwide Arena - Blue Jackets vs Jets

A travel blog entry by xtinecarmen on Dec 16, 2013

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Part of the enjoyment of Nationwide Arena is in fact the Arena district itself. The city has obviously put a lot of effort into the area - it's all very well maintained and there are lots of restaurants and bars for both pre- and post-game fun! The arena itself is new and has everything you'd want at a hockey game. The big cannon they fire off when the Blue Jackets score is awesome. It makes me jump every time but it's nice to have something unique. The fans were friendly ...

TORONTO TO COLUMBUS & ROCK ON THE RANGE

A travel blog entry by jdboy on May 17, 2013

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... increasingly agitated as my flight was due to depart at 8.15am and I needed to be checked in at the airport by 7.00am. At 6.35am, me and 2 other ****** passengers were talked into catching a cab by the driver - $20 each. I had already prepaid $27 for the absent bus but was now desperate so off we went. Luckily we had Nigel Mansell at the wheel as he had us there just before 7.00am.

I raced into the terminal and went to the electronic kiosk and got my boarding pass. ...