We enjoyed a pleasant visit with our friends, Keith and Joan, in Campbell County Kentucky. Yesterday Keith took us on a driving tour of some of the sights of Cincinnati, Ohio and Newport, Kentucky.
View of downtown Cincinnati from Mt. Adams.
The Ohio River from Mt. Adams. Newport, Kentucky is on the far side of the river and Cincinnati, Ohio, is on the near bank.
Fountain Square, Cincinnati Ohio, the "Queen City."
The Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. Built in 1931, Union Terminal had the capacity for 216 trains a day -- 108 in and 108 out. After the decline of railroad travel, most of the building was converted to other uses, and now houses museums, theaters, and a library.
One of the mosaic murals in the rotunda of the Cincinnati Museum Center.
Another of the mosaic murals in the rotunda of the Cincinnati Museum Center.
The World Peace Bell in Newport, Kentucky, is one of more than twenty peace bells around the world. This bell, cast in Nantes, France, is twelve feet in diameter.
We also enjoyed seeing Cincinnati's two new sports stadiums, Eden Park, Kountz Conservatory, the Art Museum, and Newport on the Levee before raindrops sent us back home.