Hampton Inn Cincinnati Airport-North
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... I have learned many things -- including the fact that long road trips don't really phase me in terms of driving for too long. So far I have driven over 3,500 miles alone and I am still excited every morning I wake up to drive more! Growing up I suppose we did a lot of road trips but I was never old enough to help out with the driving part, mostly I was in the back seat bugging my siblings, which was technically my job. Being behind the wheel for that amount of time has ...
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!!! ...
... excited to be going to sleep in this very comfortable bed and not having to set an early alarm.
The rest of my drive today was actually very fun. I jammed out to the Dixie Chicks CDs my mom burned for me. They totally have been helping me get through the last stretches of my drives each day. I saw a Michigan plate that said "READ2M" which I thought was a really awesome plate. Could mean a few things but I took it as "read ...
... on being a light packer, but that may be changing. I suppose a good incentive is knowing that I’ll have to lug around my suitcases completely by myself. I better start lifting more weights.
As for those million other things I previously mentioned, they include figuring out banking information, finding a place to live (and getting the French landlords to actually return your call), getting a SIM card that will work abroad, landing ...
Set in park on top of Mount Adams the Cincinnati Art Museum
is one of the oldest art museums in country and one of the premier collections
in the Midwest. It struck me as being especially strong on Old Masters in
contrast to so many American art museums whose collections tend to be stronger
on paintings from impressionism onwards contemporary to when the barons of
industry were acquiring the works they ultimately donated to public collections.