Extended Stay America - Cincinnati - Fairfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stretch of road which for one mile clocked tat shops, moonshine signs, a Fair ground, and many “American family owned hotel” signs this then repeated itself over and over. The street really had three 'fun’ fairs with the only difference being the final one, which had King Kong and an upside down house. Also in Pigeon Forge was DollyWood, a theme park either based around Dolly Parton or all the ladies in Pigeon Forge with their denim jackets, big boots, hair ...
... to pass the test to become the PDSO. I have to get an 80% or better to be certified. I am about a quarter way through the lessons. We should be able to call and ask for a progress report when I return home. They specified a 'DO NOT Call' for 16 weeks edict while they process. Either Kathy DeCampos or I need to pass the exam by the time we are certified. Bureaucracy never seems to end; another requirement of the Patriot Act as a result of ...
... and one Bible Study as well as two Sundays in special council or ministerial meetings with our leadership We also visited the National Office in the Gold Coast and met all office employees and volunteers.
By coming to Australia and New Zealand I was able to learn so much about the churches, about how people think and see first-hand some of the needs of our members and ministers. ...
... below. We easily spent a few hours here roaming the grounds. The Art Museum was also good (not as good as Detroit). A sample of some of the highlights can be seen in the photos. Also got to make it up to Mt. Adams which gave a very nice view of the city, and the Ohio river. We also made it to Over-the-Rhine, which was a cool part of town with a lot of cool bars, and stores. Overall, a splendid couple of days ...
... able to explore the city on a daily basis, and still discover new things every time I left my apartment, was exhilarating. I am a victim of wanderlust, and living in Paris satisfied that part of me while I was there.
Of course, this won’t be my last international trip – on the contrary I’m now even more motivated to see other parts of the world. My country count is getting close to 40, which means I ...