Super 8 Cincinnati
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... came up asking which way to the caves and if the trail was tough. I think that’s what they said anyway, as I didn’t get change to answer as they moved quickly on based on the puzzled look on my face. A look which attracted more people whom proceeded to ask me what I knew of the area.With the belief we were well prepared, or at least more prepared than the people who figured we looked prepared, we decided to take on the 3 mile trail. 100 metres in I was looking ...
... to pass the test to become the PDSO. I have to get an 80% or better to be certified. I am about a quarter way through the lessons. We should be able to call and ask for a progress report when I return home. They specified a 'DO NOT Call' for 16 weeks edict while they process. Either Kathy DeCampos or I need to pass the exam by the time we are certified. Bureaucracy never seems to end; another requirement of the Patriot Act as a result of ...
... were all about the Church and its future. Australia is facing similar challenges as the US in the developing future leaders for the Church.
I learned that the needs that we have here are the same in Australia. We all need to feel appreciated and respected. And, we must show that respect and appreciation to others.
I learned more about how our people while living in a country ...
... below. We easily spent a few hours here roaming the grounds. The Art Museum was also good (not as good as Detroit). A sample of some of the highlights can be seen in the photos. Also got to make it up to Mt. Adams which gave a very nice view of the city, and the Ohio river. We also made it to Over-the-Rhine, which was a cool part of town with a lot of cool bars, and stores. Overall, a splendid couple of days ...
... about 155 to go. And I won’t delay much if I can help it. Travelling is such an exciting, enriching experience. You learn to go outside of your comfort zone: navigate your way in cities where people don’t speak the same language, try new foods that you would rather not even touch, and make random friends to share in the new experiences with. It helps you to grow as a person, develop your own thoughts and feelings, and ...