Red Roof Inn Cincinnati - Sharonville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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For now I am reading all the blogs on Yellowstone and Estes Park while I dream of our Westward vacation in just under 2 years! I know i know I'm excited already but you gotta plan it sometime, right?! Now off to read and enjoy others vacation as if I am ...
Another blog entry, another state! Welcome to Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati is located on the Ohio River just across the border from Kentucky.
Sports are popular in Cincinnati. The United States' first professional baseball team was the Cincinnati Red Stockings. Today the city's professional baseball team is called the Reds. They also have a professional football team, the Cincinnati Bengals. The biggest running race in Cincinnati is called the Flying ...
Today we were in Cincinnati, OH, which turned out to be a bit colder than I was prepared for. The last three venues, being Phoenix, Austin, and Dallas, were unbelievably hot I was expecting a slightly cooler, yet still warm day. Well, it turned out to be a bit chilly out, especially where my camera was set up.
The day started out normal with the usual shuffling about, getting parts moved on stage, though this venue had yet another tight dock ...
Bad storms on the horizon forced an early portage at a Cincinnati-are Walmart. Tried my best to capture the lightning to no avail. The best was a glow through the clouds. Had to pull over anyway because, as you can see, the navigator fell asleep! Home ...
... 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 ...