Howard Johnson Inn Cincinnati

Address: 400 Glensprings Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45246, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Springdale area of Cincinnati, is near Jungle Jim's International Farmers Market, Winton Woods Park, Mitchell's Salon & Day Spa, and Fairfield Golf Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Cincinnati

    We're in Nashville!

    A travel blog entry by landenjoe on Jun 10, 2015

    4 comments

    We just got to our room. Had to pick up our tickets to see Little Big Town in the morning by 5 o'clock. Barely made it. Traffic is horrible downtown. Everyone getting into town plus the CMT Awards tonight. Having dinner and relaxing tonight. Fun starts tomorrow! Sent from Outlook on ...

    5th Tadpole rally

    A travel blog entry by leeandneva on May 03, 2015

    8 photos

    ... a year ago. What a difference God is doing in that church It was a positive church and the people were so friendly. Lee and I could see and feel the growth in the church. God is working great things in that church.

    Our new friends Mike and Nena told us how to get to Goshen Indiana a better way and it was a good route. We took 275 north to 74 north to route 9 . then we took route 9 to 69 then route 18 over to 15 straight up to Goshen. They were right .. thanks.



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    Way to go Ohio

    A travel blog entry by rjtorrens on Apr 20, 2015

    1 photo

    We roll into double-sin city smooth as silk on new pavement welcomed by 100 foot Jesus and escorted on each flank by travelling salesmen, phones lazily dangling from their ears. There must be more of them because every exit offers an assortment of mid-scale inns and motels, sprouting mushroom-like along the edges of the interstate and fed by an even bigger assortment of fast food outlets, some with signs reaching into the sky, taller than ...

    Epilogue and Notes on Culture and Misc.

    A travel blog entry by aaronkdean on Apr 12, 2015

    9 photos

    ... are fake roadblocks in various portions of the country when the police shut down at night.

    You are at the equator and in most church areas at an high altitude (6000 to 8000 feet elevation-except Mombasa on the coast) and the sun is close. You burn quickly and easily so bring sun screen if you will be outside very much.

    If you want to buy things, use the local members, as foreigners pay a much higher price.

    Game parks charge about ...

    From Laurel Grove to Laurel Falls

    A travel blog entry by mobbydoo on Apr 10, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... opportunity to pick up some fresh food for the impending picnic we spent up and carried on.

    Driving through North Carolina, we arrived at the first stop on the road trip, The Great Smokey Mountains, Tennessee. It would appear that wearing Adidas flip flops accessorised with a (baby sick soaked) Burberry t-shirt, while carrying said baby, with a wife in tow who was carrying a cooked chicken would make one look like Sir Ranulph Fiennes (he is an adventure mum). First two ...