Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum

It isn't such a romantic thing to tell people that you are going to be hanging out with your loved one in a cemetery but in all honestly, it would be a complete honor to have a space in the cemetery when our time comes to pass. Never will you find another well-maintained and absolutely gorgeous arboretum in any other part of the world and as a part of the Cincinnati community, we are absolutely delighted for it to be ranked as one of the city's finest tourist destinations for foreign visitors!
With raving reviews and ardent recommendations from the online community and people who have seen the Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum for themselves helped promote this tourist magnet a whole lot. Just head online and check out the wonderful things that people are saying about this place and you would soon wishing that you can organize your own Cincinnati charter bus vacation with your loved ones and friends.
The place is best explored during spring and fall because this is when nature shows you its best side at the arboretum. There will be an explosion of colors when the leaves flirt with the birds and the wind; and as their colors change against the backdrop of the overcast sky after a day of complete sunshine, you will feel and fall absolutely in love with it, despite it being a cemetery. The management, we would have to say, are very meticulous and would remind visitors to be respectful and mindful of the headstones and cemetery. Some charter bus rental customers who had their first visit to Cincinnati would actually come back the second or third time!
The interesting headstones will tell visitors of their interesting stories and lives well lived while the beautiful trees playfully waves above and around you. For your information, the Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum has been named as one of the most popular Cincinnati charter bus rental tourist attraction for photography enthusiasts as well so, you can easily spend at least half a day (if not the whole day) simply roam around languidly with your friends as a form of quick and cheap getaway.
Cincinnati folks would actually come out to the pathway provided by the organizers for runs or quick jogs; so, join them if you are up for it. Search for the paths and make a mental note about the steep hills ahead by going online. Their website provides ample information for those who are afraid of getting lost in the cemetery's vast property.
For those who are lucky enough, they might come and find themselves face to face with a LIVE photoshoot and in some cases, they were given the chance to take a photo with a woman wearing a laced up corset and gas mask. We are unsure about this review but if you are curious, give them a call to find out more about it before heading over in your rented Cincinnati charter bus.

Monday, January 14, 2013

Getting To Know Cleveland

Serving our customers genuinely with our bus charter
One of the things that our customers can expect from a bus company like Bus Charter Cleveland is this – that we work together with our customers so that we can deliver the BEST bus charter with RELIABLE buses and provide them with QUALIFIED and PROFESSIONAL bus drivers. Our uncompromising attitude towards delivering only the best has earned us loyal customers for our bus charter.
Cleveland is best visited during the summer and spring months. However, because of its location, Cleveland enjoys humid continental climate which translate into having even tolerable weather during winter and autumn. Lake Eerie, as you may have read in the books, has a lot of influence over Cleveland weather so it is best to check online weather report before heading out even if you are already using our bus charter.
Cleveland neighborhoods have individual appeal
Yes, for most parts, downtown Cleveland is the most popular 'neighborhood' for tourists and visitors from other parts of the country but there is so much charm and appeal for many other less-known neighborhoods. If you are a downtown fan, Public Square is a must and so is Playhouse Square Center; there isn't much to see and do around Warehouse District, though, as all you can see are office buildings and factories.
Bus Charter Cleveland recommends that you pencil down top attractions and neighborhoods like Buckeye-Shaker, Collinwood, Little Italy, Ohio City, Forest Hills and also, not forgetting, the Riverside. Riverside is ever so romantic at night even if you are merely passing by the pier in your bus charter.
Cleveland is a hub for eating and drinking! It is a melting pot of different cuisines from many other parts of the world because many immigrants have come to call Cleveland home, therefore, they have either started their own businesses here and Cleveland locals love to explore new cuisine. To find out where is the best place to eat, give us a call for our rental bus charter – Cleveland mouth-watering cuisine is all yours.
Bus Charter Cleveland recognizes the fact that our customers love updates and tips from us, so, do come by more often and let us help you find the best places to go in Cleveland.
Here's to your safe travel.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Somewhere Over-the-Rhine we go

Located on the north bank of the Ohio River at the Ohio-Kentucky border, near Indiana, Cincinnati is commonly referred to as 'Paris of America,' mainly due to significant architectural projects, like the Music Hall, the Cincinnatian Hotel, and the Shillito Department Store.
Book your trip to this town rich historic architecture with Bus Charters Cincinnati and you’ll be visiting Over-the-Rhine, a neighborhood that boasts among the world's largest collection of Italianate architecture.
The neighborhood's name Over-the-Rhine came about as a nickname as its builders and the neighborhood’s early residents were German immigrants who walked to work across bridges over the Miami and Erie Canal, which they nicknamed "the Rhine" to get to the newly settled area north of the canal. Thus it became "Over the Rhine.
The neighborhood is believed to be the United State’s largest, most intact urban historic district and because of its size, is home to several distinct districts bisected by Liberty Street. The Northern Liberties and Over-the-Rhine Brewery District are north of Liberty Street while the Gateway Quarter and Pendleton, Cincinnati make up South of Liberty.
If you’re looking for elegant dining, locals recommend a visit Symphony Hotel or Jean Robert’s Lavomatic for upscale, rustic French fare. If you’re looking for cheap eats, then try Tucker's, a local home-style diner or Lucy Blue’s pizza-by-the-slice.
For delectable teas and coffees with sandwiches and salads made from local-bought produce head over to Iris Café or, if you’re in a hurry the best place to grab a slice of foccacia or a delectable pastry is Shadeau Bakery.
After hours at Over-the-Rhine doesn’t disappoint either. Get Bus Charters Cincinnati to drop you off at Below Zero Lounge if you’re looking for live music, an unmatched selection of different vodkas and Cincinnati’s first video jukebox. Other neighborhood favorites worth visiting are the Courtyard Café, Mr. Pitiful’s Grammer’s.