Covington, Kentucky is a city that can often be overlooked in the shadow of Cincinnati, Ohio. It’s located directly across the Ohio River and offers a lot of reasons for travelers and locals to Lov the Cov.
I joined Heather from The Food Hussy on a Taco Truck Tour with Columbus Food Adventures in Columbus, OH. I was excited about this for multiple reasons. Mainly because I LOVE Mexican food, taco trucks and any meal that I don’t have to cook.
When I visit an area for the first time, I want to know all of the places that are a MUST SEE or DO. Our family knew that we wanted to visit Little Havana in Miami but it was a bit intimidating because we didn’t know what to order or which places that were best to stop at.
I love finding unique experiences and places. When I found out that Sleeping Bear Retreat in French Lick, Indiana had tepees to sleep in, I was really excited to share this adventure with my family.
We discovered the affordable adventures that South Bend, Indiana has to offer almost on accident when we needed a meeting place for a kid exchange with relatives from Michigan. South Bend seemed like a good meeting point because it was a few hours from both of us. I decided that my husband and I should make the most of it and explore for a bit while we were kidless for a few hours.
I love traveling but I also enjoy any excuse to be a tourist in my own city…..especially when it involves food. I have learned so much about Cincinnati and have grown to appreciate what we have here even more because of amazing tours that I’ve taken.
If you are looking for a tour that combines history, architecture, and food, you need to take a Cincinnati Food Tour!
Daytona Beach has lots of dining options for every taste bud. During my first visit to Daytona, I was introduced to several places that I would highly recommend going back to.
Columbus, Ohio offers a lot for visitors to see and do. I’m sharing some of my favorite stops in Columbus that I would recommend checking out.