Residence Inn Cincinnati Blue Ash

11401 Reed Hartman Highway, Evendale, Ohio, 45241, United States
Residence Inn Cincinnati Blue Ash
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CINCI June of 2006

by Loykeri

> Me and a buddy are taking a weekend to visit cinci June 2 thru the 4th.
> Problem - she hasn't been there in about a 5 years and I am assuming
> things have changed.
> Any advice on the following:
> 1. cool night club that's fun and comforatble - as opposed to crammed n'
> sweaty or uptight n' snobby.
> 2. Great local restuarant the can't be found outside of Cinci - don't
> want to be forced to eat at the local Applebee's if you know what I
> mean.
> 3. Cool (and cheap) day tripper activities. I plan on blowing most of my
> money on food and drink - so I don't want to blow 30+ bucks on Kings
> Island for example.
> Any help appreciated!

RE: RE: CINCI June of 2006

by erikawaz

1. I'd suggest going out in either Mt. Adams or Newport. Mt. Adams Pavillion has a great view of the city, but is a pretty fratty bar/area. Hofbrauhaus (in Newport) is a German beer hall just over the bridge from downtown. There's a better mix of people here and it's really nice when the weather is good enough to sit outside. If you're looking for a true club, I always hear about Purgatory (just off Main Street, downtown), but I've never been and wouldn't expect it to be comfortable.

2. What kind of restaurant are you looking for? I'd suggest Skyline and Montgomery Inn (and you can't leave without getting Graeter's ice cream). But, if your friend has been to Cincinnati before, she probably knows about these places.

3. I don't know. I'll think about it and post some ideas later.

Travel Tips for Cincinnati

Boycott in progress for good reason

by denver1982

Ohio is very conservative and Cincinnati is very reactionary...Cincinnati is under a boycott for police abuses....Cincinnati has had a crime explosion since 2000 which has made it very unsafe, over-the-rhine is as bad as anywhere in the country when it comes to crime...
Also if you stay in Cincinnati you will not see HBO at most motels

One good thing: The chili is tastier than anywhere else in the country in ohio

Corporate Headquarters for The Kroger Company

by Stephen-KarenConn

Another large company with corporate headquarters in Cincinnati is The Kroger Company. They are best known for Kroger Supermarkets, the closest thing America has to a national grocery chain. However, in many parts of the country Kroger also operates supermarkets under 16 different labels. And their diversifacation doesn't stop there. Kroger owns 794 convenience stores under six banners, 439 jewelry stores under 4 banners, Price Impact Warehouses on the west coast under two banners, and 42 manufacturing facilities nationwide. Oversight of this vast empire is from their corporate headquarters at 1014 Vine Street in downtown Cincinnati. My fondest memory is of Fowlers Grocery, the little mom and pop store where we bought groceries and penny candy when I was a kid. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler knew everybody in the neighborhood by name, and they were happy to extend credit and even make deliveries if you needed it. What a different world it is today.

Flying Pig

by frankcanfly

Why is the pig such an icon for Cincinnati?

Once the nation's largest pork-packing center the city earned the name "Porkopolis" and hogged it for the first half of the 19th Century. Cincinnati slaughterhouses supplied the tables of the British Navy and even Queen Victoria's royal table.

The was no garbage collection in the 1800s because of the swine that freely roamed the downtown City blocks, eating as they waddled.

The impact if felt today: Candlemaker James Gamble and entrepreneur William Procter discovered that a byproduct, pork fat, could be used to develop a high-quality soap, which they cut into small blocks. Ivory soap is still advertised as 99 & 44/100 percent pure!

In the late 1980's, a sculptor placed some whimsical 'flying pig' statues at the entrance to Sawyer Park on the river. It was a tribute to the steamboats that dominated the Ohio river and transported sausage.

Eventually, other 'tongue in cheek' statues emerged, such as: Hamlet, Pigaletto, Pigasso, Porkemon, Dr. Frankenswine, Pag-mailion and Road Hog.

There is also an annual "Flying Pig" marathon every May in Cincinnati.

I Salute You - lyrics

by MD2nd

Emotions strong it's hard to hide
The gratitude I feel inside
When courage called
You risked your life
I salute you
I close my eyes
Your face appears
It shows you've wept unmanly tears
For wounds of war are rarely seen
They're often buried deep within
Right prevails when self denied
A hope to live
A cause to die
You fought a war for liberty
Allegience is your legacy.

A Marine waits
At Heavens gate
Still standing in uniform
The time goes by and soon is heard
These cherished words to bring one home
"Step forward now with honor
You've borne your burden well
Walk peacefully on Heaven's streets
You've done your time in hell"
I salute you
Emotions strong it's hard to hide
I salute you
For the rest of my life
I salute you
-from a fwd

Please have a silent moment in your heart, and prayers for the Marines' families
of that in 2005 hard hitten Ohio Lima Company that took such heavy losses,
please remember Ohio-Marines LCpl Taylor B. Prazynski (died May 9 2005),
Pfc Christopher R. Dixon (died May 11 2005), LCpl Timothy M. Bell (died August 3 2005),
LCpl David A. Mendez Ruiz (died November 12 2005), Pfc Christian D. Gurtner (died April 12 2003), LCpl Michael Smith (died April 17 2004), LCpl Bryan N. Taylor (died April 6 2006),
Pvt Heath D. Warner (died November 22 2006), Sgt Michael McClaren Kashkoush
(died January 23 2007), Cpl Derek C. Dixon (died June 26 2007), LCpl James F. Kimple
(died May 2 2008), Cpt Warren A. Frank (died November 25 2008), StaffSgt Mark A. Wojciechowski (died April 30 2009), GunnerySgt Adam F. Benjamin (died August 18 2009), LCpl David R. Baker (died Oct. 20 2009).

You did not die in vain!

Camp Dennison Civil War Monument

by Stephen-KarenConn

Camp Dennison Civil War Monument is in a park-like setting where Galbraith Road dead-ends into Ohio Highway #126. There you will find a small monument, a flagpole, a mounted cannon, and an interpretative display. This marks the spot of Camp Dennison, one of three training camps for Ohio soldiers during the War Between the States. It was named for Ohio Governor William Dennison, a Cincinnati native.

The road here, in the Indian Hill community, is surrounded by farmland and receives relatively little traffic today. During the time it was an army camp, a railroad ran through it, and the Little Miami River is nearby for water. Many people visit the monument by bicycle since the popular Little Miami Hike/Bike trail (following the old railroad grade) crosses the road just in front of the monument.

No major Civil War battles were fought in southwestern Ohio. However, more than 50,000 recruits were trained here at Camp Dennison between 1861 and 1865. After the bloody battle of Shiloh, in Tennessee, the camp served as a hospital as well as a training center.
Eighteen commanders oversaw the camp during its short but busy existence. In September, 1865, at the end of the war, the camp was deactivated.

At the corner of Galbraith Road and OH-126, in Indian Hill, on the northeast side of Cincinnati.

Camp Dennison


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 Residence Inn Cincinnati Blue Ash

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Address: 11401 Reed Hartman Highway, Evendale, Ohio, 45241, United States