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Old 08-24-2008, 08:30 AM
 
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Default Fremont/Toledo area

My sister and I recently moved to the area from Upstate New York and were wondering what there is to do around here and how to go about meeting new people. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks a lot!
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Old 08-24-2008, 07:32 PM
 
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Fremont is pretty far from Toledo. I'm not sure I would call it one area. LOL.

Toledo has a good variety of restaurants and a couple of decent civic attractions. Not a whole lot of night life though. Fremont is a village.
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Old 08-26-2008, 09:20 AM
 
Location: Lansing, MI
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The better Chinese food, IMHO, is the restaurant on rt 20 across from Rite Aid in Fremont.

As for night life... yeah, you'll need to do some driving. BG isn't too bad, but it is a typical college campus.

DH and I are about 16 miles away from Fremont and about 40 mins from the outskirts of Toledo. We plan ahead for our entertainment... usually catch live bands up in Toledo. Frankie's, Mickey Finn's, etc. Not sure what kind of music you're into, but the Zone 106.5's website has a pretty good listing of upcoming shows for that type of music. We also catch the occasional karaoke night that my DH's cousin hosts at small bars in the BG area. If we go out, we decide ahead of time who gets to drink and who gets to drive. Toledo actually does have quite a bit of good live music, just have to know where to look because the shows aren't extremely well advertised. I otherwise don't spend a lot of time out since I work full time, have quite a few obligations at home and now just started taking classes. I feel your pain, though... originally coming from MI near Mich State Univ campus and all of her 40K students, and then spending a year in Cleveland. Not too much going on in NW Ohio.
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