Wear a mask, wash your hands, cough in your sleeve, stay 6ft apart, and the list keeps going. By now we should have it down, but we are spiking and it’s the holidays right?
We want to travel to grandmas, aunts, cousins, blue waves, and sandy beaches. However, should we?
Some are taking the risk and have been blessed/lucky. Others have been drastically affected by the pandemic. So, how to we combat the vacation blues, the kids are out and you have time off?
Well here are 5 things that can help.
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Remember to take all precautions visiting and gathering. Enjoy the holiday season. Happy holidays!
Everyone loves a long or even weekend getaway. However, not all get excited about planning or finding things to do.
Whether with toddlers, teens, or couples we all look for something that is intriguing, creative, different, and the perfect photo-op.
Here are top 10 places you must visit while in Cincy.
2. EnterTRAINment Junction (West Chester Township, OH)
Are you a train lover? Do you have kids who love trains? Enjoy the world’s largest train display, a Coney Island Display, or a fun house the enjoyment keeps coming.
3. Duke Energy Children's Museum Cincinnati
With plenty of programs to keep the children busy. Venture Away through The Woods or enjoy a machine in the Energy Zone. Let the kids learn and explore.
4. Krohn Conservatory
Boasting multiple houses of gorgeous art deco, plants, flowers, and more. There is also a seasonal floral show room.
5. Jungle Jim’s International Market (Fairfield)
Get lost in over 200,000 of shopping space. Spend hours going through this international market. Want a taste of Italy? How about Jamaican Cuisine? Care for a seafood feast anyone? This market will not have you running across the store.
6. Newport on the Levee
Just across the border in Newport, Kentucky. Stop at the aquarium, go bowling at Rotolo, or play at Game Works. Why not eat, drink, or grab a dessert at one of the 12 options right on site. Don’t worry a hotel is located on the property.
7. National Underground Railroad Freedom
Learn a piece of history that has traveled from other exhibits and are now permanent.
8. Kings Island
Catch a thrill, great shows, your funnel cake, or turkey leg right here. Don’t forget to look for your Peanut Friends.
9. Cincinnati Museum Center at Union
This one place is home to 6 attractions. They do provide package purchases for certain attractions.
10. Ark Encounter
It is built with the same dimensions as in the Bible. Learn about Noah’s Ark in great fashion. Until the end of 2020 children under 10 are free.
There is plenty of things to do while visiting Cincinnati. No matter what you do Embrace the Experience.
Veterans Day is November 11th of every year. Some people get the day off because it is a national/ federal holiday. However why do we celebrate?
In short, in 1918 World War I, was over in the 11th Month (November) on the 11th day in the 11th hour. Well in 1919 President Woodrow Wilson announced it Armistice Day. However, it did not become a legal holiday until 1938. Later on, June 1, 1954 the word Armistice was replaced with Veterans.
On this day we celebrate Veterans, those who have gone on and for those who are still with us. Across the country parades and other celebratory events are planned.
Since 2020 has brought about many struggles and trials, parades are canceled award ceremonies are few. However, one thing remains. Many companies will offer discounts for shopping, travel, and meals on or around November 11th. Take a veteran out, learn facts, and enjoy.
Click the link to find out 2020 Veteran Day Complimentary Meal Offers. https://bit.ly/36m1IEa
Do you know a Veteran looking for great deals on travel and shopping? Make sure they are enrolled in ID.me https://www.id.me/ .
Take the time to listen to their stories, struggles, and how they have overcome. If you know a Veteran that needs help learning about benefits, disability, and more.
Click here: https://www.facebook.com/doingbetterthanexcel Duane B Evans Jr. will be glad to assist.
Today, embrace those men and women who took time to serve and fight for our country that we might have rights and be safe.