Red Roof Inn Cincinnati Northeast - Blue Ash
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We made it across ohio in 4 hours, and I think we stopped to pee about 20 times. We stayed at Matt's house, an old friend and chef from the Vanderbilt. Since we got in at 11:30 pm the first thing on basil's mind was late night food. And Matt knew just the place. He took him to Bakersfield. If you make it, they have awesome ...
Good night in the old motel. Many other travellers (workers) left early but quietly. Breakfast was what we expected - danish pastries, little muffins, bagels and cream cheese. No bread for toasting, no spreads. Collected some apples and walked to Omelete Shoppe next door for fresh eggs and bacon for Wes and eggs and tomato slices for me. Waitress put into computer 4 eggs for me. I had asked for 2 and that is what she thought she had punched in. Cook refused to remove any eggs so I got 4 ...
... 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 ...
Today we sampled the breakfast offerings in our hotel - waffles and boiled eggs. With our bellies filled, we felt ready to take on the Cincinnati Zoo.
The Cincinnati Zoo was voted #3 in America by USA Today, it also has award winning botanical gardens throughout. After navigating the congested, and difficult to figure out, roads of the greater Cincinnati area, we spent ...
We had been hearing for months that we would want to spend two days at the Creation Museum, so after bidding a fond farewell to Barb Sims, Night Flyer, Ronnie, and all of Cornerstone Farm, we packed up and headed back to Petersburg, KY for round two at the Museum. We dubbed this Adventure Day.
Eric needed little persuading ...