Hampton Inn Cincinnati Eastgate
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... This morning I stopped by to see Gramp again before hitting the road to Cincinnati. I'm so grateful I was able to see him on my trip. Definitely a highlight. I was on the road by 11 this morning and arrived in Cincinnati by 7:30. It rained for the last hour of the drive, which was a drag but I was thankful it wasn't the whole way. I took 70 W and then went over to 68 W which is a scenic by-way which was quite hilly and, well, scenic. I drove through West Virginia which ...
T minus 1 day... Yes, we are taking off tomorrow heading west after first going north! This is the start of a five week driving trip out west heading to Seattle and British Columbia with a lot of stops before. Then, we head down the west coast stopping in places we have never been and some we have spent a lot of time. Lots of sites to check off the bucket list!!! ...
... some Modern Family (hilarious show that I had never seen before), laughed hysterically for about fifteen minutes when uncle Jeff got home about various things and went to bed. They are a great crew to hang out with. Tomorrow Spencer is going to show me around Cincinnati which I am really looking forward to because she has a great sense of fashion and loves vintage clothes and thrifting. It will be a great time! For now, I ...
... level. I stopped by the Johnny Bench statue and poked my head into the hall of fame but didn't want to wait in line so I headed toward a stadium gate. Upon entering the stadium I was greeted by the same busyness that was outside. A band played near a smokehouse barbecue shack, there was a playground with a slide that led down a level to the batting cages and many of the kiosks and sign-up-and-get-a-free-gift ...
... somewhat reflected artistic taste in an especially conservative city
like Cincinnati compared with cities with more avant-garde views.
Especially interesting is the museum’s Cincinnati Wing whose
galleries are filled entirely with works by artists from Cincinnati and
depicting scenes from the city and its environs over two centuries. The
paintings, sculptures, and decorative items like furniture and pottery are like
a lesson in local history.