We were incredibly impressed with downtown Cincinnatti, the food, the architecture, the city pride, and the things to do. This city has revitalized itself, coming from the most dangerous city in American nearly 10 years ago, to a tourist destination. Findley Park has German heritage and amazing food, from the chocolates to the breads.
We took an Urban Adventure tour, with our tour guide Sherri, where we rode a street car for the first time, and did a walking tour of the city, seeing four historical stops and tasting three local surprises, goetta, a sausage like meat, Skyline Chili, and Graeters (raspberry and chocolate chip).
The view from Carew Tower is beautiful. And we loved walking across the Roebling Bridge. On one side you are in Ohio, and the other Kentucky! We had fun playing on the riverfront with the flying pig too.
Great American Ballpark
Beautiful night for a baseball game, and Brady lost a tooth at the ballpark. He lost a tooth and the Reds lost the game!
Tickled about a securing a 7pm game against the Diamondbacks, we made our first oops, staying an additional night in Cincinnati. We realized it when the campground called and asked us why we hadn’t checked out. Luckily they extended grace, with so many details to juggle, it can be challenging. We made lots of fun memories, but will need to play a bit of catch up.
It’s All Good, Y’all
We are learning there will be ups and downs!