Archive for December 28th, 2007

Columbus Makes the Top Five

Budapest, Ontario, Venice, New Orleans, Columbus. These are the five most memorable trips of 2007 for New York Post writer David Landsel. Columbus finds itself in some pretty good company.

There’s a reason why travel is so great. Never was that so clear as the steamy mid-summer evening spent wandering in Columbus’ German Village.

The name warns of kitsch around the corner, but this actually turns out to be one of the most atmospheric old city neighborhoods in North America. Coastal types pay good money to live in districts that only come close to approaching the charm and scale of this elegant neighborhood crowded with red brick row houses along impossibly well-kept streets.

Mr. Landsel’s comments about German Village, the North Market, Worthington and of course, the Short North in the complete article.

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