Travelodge Cincinnati South / Florence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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 ...
... historic district in the United States. And Findlay Market is the longest continuously running public market in Ohio. So we were in the midst of plenty of historic relevance on our walk through the market.
After a long afternoon we returned home for a bit and dropped Laneshia off as she was not interested in sitting in a theme park waiting for us to ride roller coasters. So the kids and I headed to Kings Island, an amusement ...
We have talked a lot this week about being open to whatever plans God has in store for us this week and really for the rest of our lives. We drove patiently and slowly through rain storms on Sunday. Monday we stepped out of our comfort zone right away to talk and listen to the stories of the families of some pretty sick kids. We also dealt with no power for monday and tuesday. We have reached out to people that we normally would not. ...
... Joe took his crew back to the St. Joseph home and had another fantastic day painting with the residents. Andy took the rest to bridge ministry were they talked with and played board games with the homeless. They also did a bible study with the group. Ill post tomorrow during our free day hopefully, about the missionaries from Brazil we met today and evening of salsa ...
So on monday while at the ronald mcdonald house a huge storm rolled into cincinnati. This quick moving storm knocked out power to over 60,000 customers in the area. We were some of yhe last people to get power back on tuesday. The power being out was such a blessing in disguise. It forced our youth to interact with the youth from St. Francis. They ...