I love to discover hidden dining gems when I visit a city that I can’t replicate anywhere else. Cincinnati has so many wonderful places to eat, but I wanted to share with you a few that have something unique to offer from views to menu items.
It can be a little intimidating to sign up for the unknown of a mud race.
Here are some tips to make your first mud race a memorable and enjoyable experience.
West Michigan has a lot to offer when it comes to adventure. I’m sharing 7 adventures that you will want to add to your list to try during your next visit.
I’m always on the lookout for a unique adventure, which is why I was really excited to learn about 3 unique ways that we could make our golf game more physical at Shawnee Lookout Park. Shawnee Lookout Park is one of the Great Parks of Hamilton County that is made up of 2430 acres that include nature trails, a playground, historical sites, golf course, and amazing views of Great Miami Valley and the Ohio River.
Tucked away across the river from Cincinnati, on top of a hill that is cut by interstate 75 in Northern Kentucky, is a hidden gem of hope.
For the past few years on Good Friday, I’ve participated in the annual tradition of praying the steps at Holy Cross Immaculata in Cincinnati. This 150 year old tradition dates back to when the church was first built in 1860.
When I discovered a few images of the Underground Mega Bike Park in Louisville, Kentucky on social media, I knew that I had to try it for myself.
Cincinnati has several locations around the city that honor previous Presidents. You can try to visit most of them in one day or make it your quest to find them over time. [Read more…]
On our way to Washington, D.C. on a family vacation, we took the longer, scenic route through the mountains. We discovered a beautiful resort along the way that had both history and mystery nestled in the hills of West Virginia. The Greenbrier Hotel, located in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, started from the popularity of the sulphur springs that were discovered there in 1778.