Sit back and relax, on a charter bus OH

thumbWorried about a budget? It is very economical to book a charter bus. The prices of fuel make driving together in a caravan an expense option. And of course air fare is no longer a reliable or cost efficient way to travel. In the present, traveling by coach charter bus OH is now more budget-friendly than ever.

We have streamlined the process for charter bus OH booking. You only need to contact our service professionals and tell us how many people will be traveling so we can help you choose the best charter bus size to fit your travel needs. Then we need to know when you'd like to make your trip so we can set up a driver and hold a bus for your group. And last but not least, we need to know where your group would like to go. You can go to any point within a city or across the country, the choice is yours. Choose multiple stops or make it for one single destination to another.

A charter bus OH will be able to show you the many things OH has to offer you. There are so many different things to do you will have a hard time choosing just a few to visit. There are exceptional state parks, mind-bending amusement parks; sandstone cliffs, stunning waterfalls and exciting urban activities offer exciting OH attractions for all ages. Plan a relaxing OH bed and breakfast vacation, an outdoor camping trip or a city tour when choosing to visit the “Buckeye State” you will not be disappointed. The city of Cleveland itself is one of the best places for sightseeing in OH. Offering a flood of fantastic sights and sounds this hip and contemporary city is discovered by thousands each year. The Cleveland Museum of Art is best enjoyed for a full afternoon to fully appreciate the amazing collection. Take part in educational exhibits and learn about environmental issues at the Great Lakes Science Center. Grab a craft pint and a delicious lunch at the Great Lakes Brewing Company or head out of town for the day and enjoy a world of fun at Paramount King’s Island.

Between the northern golden beaches of Lake Erie and the long and twisting Ohio River along the southern border there is a huge variety of things to do and  sites to see in OH. Whether your charter bus OH adventure is for a day trip or many of the other fascinating sites choosing a charter bus OH for your group travel is an easy and economical way to travel. Call us and start putting together your package. Let one of our trained reps answer all your questions and assist in helping you put together your next outing today.

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Oct 17, 2013 - Backyard Temple that is worth a Detour

When visiting Ohio, one would not expect to see an artist-hippie enclave such as this Temple of Tolerance as it looks like something one would expect to see in places such as Arizona or New Mexico instead. The Temple of Tolerance is actually located in the backyard of Jim Bowsher, the owner of a suburban home in Wapakoneta, Ohio.

To visit this place, you just need to give a call to Jim Bowsher at 419-738-4474. Open daily, this attraction is worth a detour; just let your Ohio charter bus driver know and he can head over towards 203 S. Wood St in Wapakoneta Ohio.

Jim Bowsher, the owner of the Temple, took 18 years to build it. All the space behind Jim’s house is used up to build the Temple and all the satellite shrines around it. You may think the place is small from the driveway, but in fact, his backyard is roughly the size of two dozen standard Wapakoneta backyards as he owns the entire centre of the block.

Since Jim loves to talk and explain all about the Temple, do make sure you have a lot of time to spare in your charter bus Ohio tour. Basically, he designed this place as a retreat for young people to feel accepted where there is no bullying, no drugs, nothing that can create a wedge between people.

The Temple is a squat pile of hundreds of tons of rocks and items made from rocks placed in a circular fashion. The items made from rocks used to make the Temple are such like millstones, lintels, urns and even foundation blocks. Apparently, Jim even carried these rocks all the way back to his backyard by himself from farms nearby.

There are stones steps leading up to the Temple, with green grass and turf surrounding the steps and filling up the crevices since years ago. In addition to the Temple, there are rock megaliths surrounding it, all standing upright in a Stonehedge-like way.

The Temple of Tolerance is always open should you feel curious to visit this backyard of wonder. For those who want to experience the Jim Bowsher guided tour can call ahead to arrange a personalised walkabout. Admission is free so do take the time to explore this little artsy hideout right in the middle of Wapakoneta, Ohio – which is also the birthplace of Neil Armstrong.


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