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CINCINNATI ON YOUR MIND

The Queen City has a way of surprising visitors with its good looks, leaving a lasting impression long after you’re gone. Whether you do some sightseeing in the summer when the weather is better, or curl up with a bowl of Cincinnati chili and hunker down in a 5 star hotel when the snow flies, Cincinnati will not disappoint. Often overlooked as a travel destination, this city on 22 miles of Ohio River frontage boasts European neighborhoods with a working class charm. The secret may or may not be out for the Cincinnati food scene, offering a tantalizing amount of wine and dine options for a variety of palates. From cheap eats to some of the best ribs money can buy, roll up your sleeves for a tasty tour of the Cincinnati food scene playing out in one of the city’s 52 neighborhoods. Sir Winston Churchill didn’t call it “the most beautiful inland city in America" for nothing. Who knew? And before you know it, you might find yourself saying, “I heart Cincinnati".

SPORTS, SPORTS, AND MORE SPORTS

Whether you’re an armchair enthusiast or wanting to do the real thing, Cincinnati is your town for sports of all sorts. Home to the oldest Major League Baseball team, the Cincinnati Reds, the city has a rich athletic history that is thriving today. Summer nights are meant for having a beer and watching the game at the Great American Ball Park. The Cincinnati Bengals NFL football team also want you cheering them on in a seat at Paul Brown Stadium. If looking for up-and-coming college talent is more your thing, catch a Cincinnati Bearcats basketball game, or check out the team spirit in the cheap seats at the University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium. With seven major sports venues, sports fans will be singing Cincinnati’s praises as a sports destination that can’t be beat.

When warming the seats gets old, get your heart pumping at Cincinnati’s premier sports facility, The Sphere. Here you will find two ice rinks and six basketball courts. Do some hiking without leaving the city at the Steps of Cincinnati, offering urban hiking sure to burn more calories than the gym. For a less intense option, disc golf courses can be found around the city. Disc golf has taken off in a big way in Cincinnati, and beginners and veterans alike are finding the challenge of this cross between golf and Frisbee to be irresistible. The ultimate in destination exercise would be partaking in the Flying Pig Marathon, a 5K, 10K, half or full marathon that has over 5,000 runners participating every year. If you are traveling with Fido, consider the Flying Fur Marathon that lets your dog be your running companion. Starting in downtown Cincinnati, both marathons follow a picturesque path through the city. When you’re pooped from your Cincinnati adventures, you and your furry friend can retire to one of the city’s pet friendly hotels like Residence Inn Cincinnati North or Westin Cincinnati..

COME ONE, COME ALL

Get ready to shop until you drop at one of Cincinnati’s many shopping malls. The Monroe Outlet Mall gives shopaholics the best of deals on discounted clothing, while downtown Cincinnati is home to a number of locally owned businesses, as well as department stores such as Macy’s and Saks Fifth Avenue. When you are about to collapse, give your feet a soak at close-by downtown hotels Hyatt Regency Cincinnati or Ramada Downtown Cincinnati. For a different way to spend money, try your luck at the Horseshoe Cincinnati Casino, a Las Vegas-style casino offering frequent shuttle buses to partner hotels like Garfield Suites Hotel. When lady luck has left you, try out one of the Horseshoe’s five restaurants and lounges, or pick a concert to see at the outdoor music venue. Gambling is just the tip of the iceberg at this downtown Cincinnati hotspot.

For a more cultured affair, a day at the museum may be just what the doctor ordered. Get out and about while learning something new at The Cincinnati Museum Center. Close to the downtown core, this complex in a 1933 Union Terminal still used by Amtrak, is an art-deco delight with fun and history for young and old. Make sure to look out for the eye-catching murals. Something you won’t see every day is the Vent Haven Museum, a place for aspiring ventriloquists, or for those just wanting to see a whole lot of eerie, unblinking eyes. This dummy museum is truly a unique Cincinnati attraction, and maybe it will even inspire you to pick up a wooden buddy.

Another highlight of the Cincinnati arts scene is the American Sign Museum, showcasing, you guessed it, signs. Housed in an old parachute building, visitors can discover a slice of Americana. Rounding out museum options are the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and the Cincinnati Art Museum. When your brain can’t take in any new information, head out for a culinary taste of Cincinnati. Options abound for a romantic meal or something more low-key. If love is in the air, why not try the popular Primavista with city views, or make date night right at Celestial Steakhouse, where hearts beat a little faster listening to sultry jazz. A cheap and reliable restaurant visit can be had at the Cincinnati Cheap Eats A-List winner for Best Barbeque 2015, Eli’s Barbeque. With everything to see and do, Cincinnati is going to deserve a repeat visit.

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