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Beautiful Columbus hosts
the Ohio State Fair
Rev up for
Ohio is an All-American state and the birthplace of
seven US presidents, as well as the Wright brothers,
rides. This is also a good place
the fi rst moon-walker and even the term rock ’n’ roll.
to stay, with a wide range of
Drive around Ohio and eat fi ve-way chilli; meet peaceful
lake-side accommodations,
from the elegant Hotel Breakers
Amish farmers; or ride some of the world’s scariest
to the fun cottages and cabins
of Lighthouse Point – and the
roller-coasters – not forgetting some great car museums!
amazing year-round indoor
water-park of Castaway Bay.
Next stop is Toledo, known
et your motor running ‘rock and roll’. Hear all about Levassor to the fi rst Delorean worldwide for its auto and glass
in Cleveland, set on it at the impressive Rock and produced, the DMC-12 Coupe. industries.
Lake Erie and rated as Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Driving west, you pass beaches And, with 5,000 works of art
one of America’s most with everything from guitars and and small resorts along the Lake in glass, the Toledo Museum
liveable cities. The rich cultural original lyrics to the Abbey Road Erie shore before you reach of Art’s glorious Glass Pavilion
scene ranges from theatre to studio mixing board! Sandusky and its increasingly positively sparkles. Eat as locals
classical music, with one of For car enthusiasts, the varied collection of attractions, have since 1932 – order a spicy
America’s fi nest orchestras. Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum including the legendary hotdog at Tony Packo’s Café
But, it was here that WJW is a must, with 200 antique, amusement park Cedar Point, on Front Street; ask about their
Radio disc jockey Alan Freed vintage and classic motors, which boasts a truly world-class M*A*S*H connection, and the
fi rst described 1950s music as ranging from an 1897 Panhard- collection of coasters and other autographed buns!
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