Super 8 Fort Mitchell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We stopped for the night in Cincinnati and unloaded the car to repackage and get ready for the big sale. The 127 yardsale starts this morning and it's raining. It's ok we have seen so much so far and had great weather. A little rain will not hurt ...
... out by sitting in the coaster and dropping to our back before the ride even began. Weird and fun!
After a few coaster rides, closing time quickly approached, so Jadin and Aria slipped onto one last ride just before 10pm while I walked to a place to get my beloved funnel cake (I can't visit an amusement park without one!). Meanwhile I watched the fireworks finale while eating my cake.
We returned home after 11pm.
Long day ended. ...
... prayed for each other, noticed and affirmed the workings of Jesus Christ in our lives. We cared for the sick, the homeless, and the dying. We have open our home and our hearts to weary traveler. We have shared the Good News of Jesus Christ with all we have encountered. Coming here on mission has only strengthen our resolve to keep the Faith. To continue to spread God's great love and mercy back at home. To go forth and spread the Good ...
... That night went to dinner with the sisters at St. Clare convent. Later that night we had speakers on homelessness named Cleo and Elizabeth. Today we all had great final day of service. I took a carload of boys to the rose garden were we met Sr. Felica who it was her very first day of being a Sister! Sr. Clare put the boys to work moving pizzas, kale, cabbage and ...
... playing cornhole, throwing the football around and making sidewalk chalk masterpieces up and down the street. Joe and I made a Meijer to pick up batteries, cold drinks, 42 pounds of ice and sides while Andy, Marty and Skip prepared the chicken and hot dogs for the grill. Afterwards we had an ice cream sundae party outside. Marty and i ...