Topic: City Guides

What does Columbus, Ohio, have to offer?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Columbus is Ohio’s largest city as well as its capital. It is named after Christopher Columbus, and stays true to the explorer’s spirit of discovery. With over 750,000 residents, the city is the most populous state capital in the United States. Columbus’ location puts it within 550 miles of half of the entire U.S. population. […]

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What types of transportation systems operate in Hampton Roads?

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Hampton Roads Transit serves the seven cities of the area: Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach. Services provided by HRT include buses, trolleys, commuter service, Norfolk Electric Transit (NET), the Paddlewheel Ferry, express bus service, and services for the disabled. Commuters looking for a quick and convenient way to get to […]

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What are the best Kennewick public schools?

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Your family doesn’t have to worry about looking at apartments for rent in Kennewick’s “worst school district.” Kennewick has thirteen elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, and one quality school district. Here are Kennewick’s most critically successful schools: Elementary: Ridge View (K-5)A clean, safe, and orderly school, Ridge View achieved the best scores […]

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What are the towns like in the Tri-Cities area?

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If you are searching for apartments in Richland/Pasco/Kennewick, you are looking to live in the popular "Tri-Cities" area of the state. This region is a lovely one, and each of the three towns has a distinct flavor that is all its own. Richland has a population of over 47,000 people, and it covers an area […]

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What is the climate like in the Seattle area?

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Seattle is known for being extremely gloomy, shrouded in a misty, ongoing rain that persists so long that summer doesn’t seem to arrive until Independence Day, according to residents. While it’s true that it does stay pretty wet in Seattle, this part of Washington actually sees less measurable precipitation than many other major cities, including […]

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Where can I find NCSU housing off campus?

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So you’re a graduate student attending North Carolina State University and you’re looking for housing near the campus, but aren’t sure if you’d be better off taking advantage of student housing or renting an apartment nearby. Yours isn’t a unique scenario, and there have been many before you who have faced a similar plight—stuck at […]

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What is the Uptown Charlotte area like?

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If you are looking for apartments in Uptown Charlotte (which is also known as "Center City"), take a peek at the Second Ward area. This section of the city is currently undergoing a good deal of development and this means increased options for residential living. The growth of this area is due in part to […]

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What is San Antonio like?

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If you are searching for a Texas apartment, San Antonio is one of the best places you can look. As one of the largest cities in the state, it has all kinds of appeal. The population of San Antonio is about 1,300,000 people, and it is located in Bexar County. Seasoned with a Spanish touch, […]

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