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3244 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45225, United States
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Travel Tips for Cincinnati

Cincinnati Flying Pigs

by Stephen-KarenConn

Just about anywhere in the downtown Cincinnati area you are likely to see a whimsical flying pig. The pig pictured here can be found at Sawyer Point on the Ohio Riverfront. It is "Lucius (Lucky) Quinctus Pigasus," a creation of Eric Reed Greiner, sponsored by the Cincinnatus Association. The flying pigs are tied to Cincinnati's rich history in the pork processing industry, which once caused some people to refer to the city as Porkopolis.

A pig actually did fly in Cincinnati on November 4, 1909. Lord Brabazon of Tara, holder of the first pilot's license in the United Kingdom, took the piglet for a 3 1/2 mile joy ride over the Queen City. The squealer was in a basket tied to a wing strut of Brabazon's Short Brothers biplane. A sign on the basket read, "I am the first pig to fly," disproving once and for all the notion that pigs can't fly.

Don't eat Sushi in...

by Sunshine64

Don't eat Sushi in Cincinnati!.... Well, maybe that's a hasty generalization. The front desk at the Westin, however, recommended a sushi restaurant (Ko-sho) and it was not good. In fact, 6 of us went, and we all agreed it was the worst sushi we'd had.

Great American Ball Park

by Stephen-KarenConn

The Great American Ball Park, new Ohio riverfront home of the Cincinnati Reds, opened in the spring of 2003. The Reds are the oldest professional baseball team in America. This ultra-modern professional baseball complex was built at a cost of $280 million and seats 42,263, with 19,012 of the seats on the first level.

Click on the web link below to find the current game schedule and for ticket information.

All 'bout Steamboats

by KaiM

In the late 19th century and the early 20th century steamboats were riding up and down the main streams of the nation like the Mississippi, the Missouri and the Ohio river. Lots of those boats became famous because of different incidents. Some were smashed by floating ice, some sunk, some burned, and of course some were funtioning until retirement and the invention of new engine technologies. To honor all those legendary steamboats, a Steamboat Hall of Fame was established at the Ohio riverfront in Cincinnati. On each of the many chimney-like poles you can read about the history of another steamboat. No entry-fee. The Hall of Fame is basically just a walkway at the riverfront. But very interesting. I took my time to read the information on each of the poles and learnt a lot about the steamboats - and the American history.

Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral

by BeatChick

Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral, the chief church of the archdiocese in Cincinnati, is a beautiful church to bring the family for Easter even if you're not Catholic, which is what we did one year! We're not Catholic but Terry, my ex-husband grew up Catholic & we thought it was important for the kids to get a taste of the various facets of Christianity in order to make up their own minds.

The choir singing in the balconies, the swinging incense, the pageantry of the ceremonies makes for a very heady Easter experience. We found it to be quite special for the occasion and it is one I've mimicked when I've been overseas in Paris - I attended the Easter Paques celebration at Nôtre Dame April 2003.

The church was designed by the same architect who conceived the Ohio State Capitol in Columbus, Henry Walters.

Address:
325 West Eighth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Photo: September 2005

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