Expert Travel Advice to Ohio

Top Answers To Ohio Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
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  • Anonymous user answered:
    Perhaps you're thinking of the Kingwood Center in Mansfield, Ohio? This is a 47-acre former estate garden, which is open and free to the public. It has a number of well-tended gardens, including one with over 500 rose bushes that comes into full bloom June through September.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    I have been to Lola and can say with confidence that it deserves to be on that top five list, especially if you like things made with pork. I would say it is the best in Cleveland, and even those who disagree with that would certainly agree it's top five. Plus, you might even get to see Michael Simon, chef of Lola and celebrity chef on Food Network, when you're there. He was there when I went, and he is so easy to talk to...great guy who makes great food.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    The best option, I think, is to take Amtrak from NYC to Pittsburgh. Steubenville, Ohio, is about 50 miles west of Pittsburgh. I couldn't find info for bus service to Steubenville; you could rent a car or possibly hop a cab (book ahead and see if you can negotiate a fixed fare). Greyhound also runs services to Pittsburgh from New York City, which will be a bit cheaper than the train.

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