Dayton video clips, etc.
Dayton has numerous things to do, more than you might think for a small city.
If you have Quicktime installed on your computer, you can watch these clips of some interesting sites in Dayton (the airport, city skyline, river, etc.).
This website also contains a lot of other tourism information.
Southern Ohio just a short ride from Dayton
Many people think of Ohio as an industrial state. There are some really beautiful areas here. This is one of them. It is one of the Nature Conservatory areas in Southern OH between Cinncinati and Portsmouth.
For a rousing night, visit the...
For a rousing night, visit the UDF on the bottom of UD's campus.
Or, stroll down the back streets of town to find the Rite Aid!!!!!!!!
Well, if you want, go to the Ghetto just off campus, it is alcohol city, every night.
Second biggest drinking school in OHIO!!!!!
Logan's Roadhouse - Fairfield Commons, Fairborn
Logan's is a chain steakhouse of the Lonestar and Longhorn variety--all are generally middle-grade steak restaurants that are family friendly with good prices. Logan's looks a little cheaper from the outside, but the food is pretty comparable.
Four of us ate here one night, mainly because we were shopping next door. We each had steaks, some with grilled shrimp, some with bbq ribs. Each of the meals came with fresh rolls, salads, and two sides, and of course the peanuts were free! We also split an order of their nachos, which made for a huge meal, at a reasonable price of about $25 per person.
The steaks, particularly my medium-rare sirloin, were good and tender, but the ribs were a little overdone and dry. The service was excellent, and our waitress, Beth, did an outstanding job of keeping us fed and happy.
Logan's is a chain that began in 1991, and at one time was owned by Cracker Barrel. Today Logan's has about 168 restaurants in 20 locations.
Visit the United States Air...
Visit the United States Air Force Museum at Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
As is stated my introduction to Dayton, this museum is something that you do not want to miss. Whether you like military aviation or not you will doubtless love this place. It details the entire history of military aviation from WWI through present-day missions. The museum is also massive and will take more than one day to see it all. It also has sections on space flight and presidential aircraft. You can actually tour several different presidents' Air Force One planes. It has famous spy aircraft, pursuit jet fighters, WWI and WWII aircraft, and much, much more for you to enjoy. Another bonus to your visit here is that admission and parking are entirely free - or paid for with your tax dollars; however you choose to look at it.