Holiday Inn Express Milford
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... to home. We also crossed the Wabash River and the Ohio River. It was so great to see the Cincinnati skyline. We have always loved that sight as we drive down I-75 from Kentucky into Ohio. This last five weeks have been quite a journey! Would do it all again! We got back after about 6 hours in the car. Nice to see home sweet home! And, back to the real world! Thanks for joining us on this journey! It's been a great ride! Talk with you all soon! Lynn and ...
... with her. Small batch made ice cream with exotic flavors like Mango and Chocolate Ganache -- how can you go wrong? Between the four of us we had seven flavors (including five premium ice creams, one gelato, and one sorbet), all were excellent.
We ended our day honoring our kids' request for pool time. We jumped and splashed and swam and generally had a soaking good night.
Flight was overbooked, so they held us at gate to re-ticket passengers causing a 1/2 hour delay in boarding. The delay in boarding caused Chicago to hold us at the airport because of weather. Weather caused us to re route to Chicago via St Louis. Needless to say arriving 2 hours late in Chicago made us miss our flight to Germany/South ...
I was welcomed back to Cincinnati with open arms from my uncle Jeff, aunt Sabrina, and cousins Spencer and Matisse! I stayed with them on my way out east and couldn't stay away so I am back! They are great hosts. It is always a fun time staying with them.
The remainder of my stay in Baltimore was fantastic -- my uncle Pete and I took Gramp out for dinner last night at Kooper's, which is where my cousin Giles works. I had a crab cake sandwich which was delicious. ...
... 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.