Howard Johnson Inn Cincinnati
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and ice cream. Oh yum! It was soooo nice visiting with you, thank you for taking time away from your busy schedule to make this happen, humbly appreciate it!! Rick said it well tonight... You two are so positive and so grounded in your faith. Miss you ...
... other game' (no injuries, believe it or not.. Kyler was laying there while Lexi 'smushed him' Great job Kyler, you didn't take it up a notch and try to smush her, very proud of you!!!)...
And ended the day with an impromptu dinner at the Mailloux's. We were planning on grilling at our digs, but with rain all day we decided a 'house' was preferable for 4 kids to run around in vs. a camper... Don't know why we decided ...
... 400! I didn't get a very good picture of the Mailloux clan, sorry guys!! Will hopefully get one tomorrow or Thursday! But it was such a blessing to be able to get caught up on their ever so busy lives. I had forgotten how truly wonderful it is to just sit and chat with you guys. Thank you for such an enjoyable time, hope we have lots ...
We are about to go on another special vacation to celebrate our twenty first Anniversary! I think this journey will blow our minds and we can’t wait to get on the road! If you would like to follow us we would love to have you along for the ride :0) We will only be away for a few days, but I have plans to pack it full of fun and adventure! I stopped at AAA and got some light reading about the area and I have poured over the many Michigan websites. I think we’re ready to ...
... and I then headed out to explore the city. We headed back down towards the Ball Park which is situated on the Ohio River and so we had a walk along the riverbank. There were some nice old style paddle steamers across the river and a barge was being pushed up the river by two big boats. We also saw the John A Roebling suspension bridge, which was designed obviously by Roebling. He designed and built this bridge as a trial of sorts before building the Brooklyn Bridge in New York. It ...