Embassy Suites Hotel Cincinnati - Rivercenter / Covington
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We are home now (midnight last night) from our grand, and I do mean GRAND Alaskan adventure. I'm sorry we didn't blog much while we were gone. When we weren't having a TON of fun, we were exhausted and sleeping or we didn't have Internet access! The weather was (unusual ...
Well, Gene and I made it to the airport and are waiting for our flight to board. My sister Cheryl picked us up at home and brought us here and she will get us when we arrive back to Cincy. We found out we could check in 2 bags for free. That was a bonus, so we each have just 1 carry on. We weighed our bags at home. Good thing we did because my bag weighed 53 lbs and Gene's was 47 lbs. Over ...
... get an education on life in America. Gene and I have been working all summer on our presentations. I have prepared seven . They are "My Life", "All About Me", "Things to do in Cincinnati", "Famous People from Ohio", "A Trip to Utah", "Foods in America" and "Independence Day". We will lecture using the presentations, which will give students visuals of the people, places, events and foods we will ...
This time next week we'll be at the airport ready to begin our "Great Alaskan Adventure". We are packin', packin' and packin' & trying to figure out what to take on the land tour and what to take on the ship tour. But we are so excited we can hardly see straight! Be talkin' to you soon.
Bev, Nay & Jan
... is the headquarters for this industry giant. At least it is a graceful building that adds interest to the ball park experience. The park is situated on the shores of the Ohio river, with the stately Roebling Bridge carrying vehicle and foot traffic over to Kentucky on the opposite shore. According to our waiter! the Roebling Bridge, built in 1867, was the prototype and test bridge for the Brooklyn Bridge, ...
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