Red Roof Inn & Suites Cincinnati North-Mason
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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A quiet morning. Breakfast at the hotel. A non travel day today. Just checking out Cincinnati for the day.
Around noon we drove into downtown Cincinnati to do some sightseeing. Drove past the Paul Brown Stadium, which is the stadium where the Cincinnati Bengals play football, as well as the Great American Ball Park. Saw the home of the …
Quick MacDonalds breakfast to go (compliments of our hotel) and we were on our way for Day 2 to Cincinnati. We gassed up the car at $2.37 a gallon - wow. Only $37 to fill up. Yay!
Another 5 hour day on the road. Once agaIn roads were snow free so our driving was made very easy. We drove southwest bypassing Cleveland and through Columbus, …
... chocolate and regular cookies, and chocolate brownies. I had one of each. Afterward, I talked with Evelyn, who was on the prayer list some time in the past year or so, but who is doing a lot better now. I had not known that she had spent some time in England, touring and generally having a good time, some years back.
The Last Great Day was busy! We ate from the breakfast buffet that was included in our room charge, then we wanted to ...
... remembered her well from nine years ago. It was cool to see the different offices and cubicles, and the TV studio and mail rooms. Now when I call the Home Office, I can better picture the personnel there at work.
After a nice dinner in our room, we went downstairs to the Music Jam. It was mostly bluegrass-type music, but I found it very entertaining although I didn't know most of the songs. I especially enjoyed the ...
... for the occasion. There were various game booths set up, where you could earn tickets for tossing a ball into a goal, bursting balloons with darts, taking part in a scavenger hunt, playing bingo, working a jigsaw puzzle, or getting your face painted. Frank Dunkle and Roy Fouch were dressed as clowns. There was a big prize table manned by two volunteers. Just as we had for our Charlotte/Lincolnton social last winter, people had been asked to donate prizes ...