Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Cincinnati
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... getting back to my preferred exercise quality. When I met Dr. Greenberg, she instantly introduced both relief and faith back. My healing increased, and I'm back to where I was previous to the injury! Many thanks to Dr. Greenberg and her excellent care." Robyn ...
After 36 days, 35 nights, 7956 miles (we should have driven around another 44 miles!), traveling through 18 states and one province, 13 lunches eaten in the car, seeing great friends and family, visiting places we have never been, seeing this vast country we live in, many glasses of usually great wine, wonderfully prepared cuisine, pounds gained - too many to mention, and we had no big fight along the way, we are finally home. Left St. Louis after a ...
... having traveled to the Creation Museum. There are too many highlights to count, but a big one was the snakes our girls touched, one of which Anna held. Of course, Eric had no part of the snakes, but we won't hold that against him.
A long day outside deserves ice cream, right?! Ice Cream Theme: Graeter's. We'd been told this is Oprah's favorite ice cream place, and for once, ...
... girls spent some time in the pool while Dad went foraging for food…. at Krogers. Supper, and then our Ice Cream Theme: McDonald’s Treat Tuesday. Macy and Anna excitedly ordered on their own and paid for their own McFlurry with a gift card they had each received.
All in all an exhilarating and exhausting day. Time for ...
Today was the day.
The reason we traveled this direction.
The impetus for our whole vacation.
Today was the day of our trip to the Creation Museum. This meant breakfast in our car and a 60 mile trip north on Interstate 75.
We reached the gates just minutes before they opened at 10am, and before we received our guest passes (Thanks, Pastor Wade and Michele!), our senses were on overload. We took ...