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Good Morning Cincinnati, or is it Covington?

After a few days of rain and flooding, nothing looks better than a beautiful clear sky. I shot this image of downtown Cincinnati from the Kentucky side of the Ohio River in Covington. You can see some debris piled up on the river in the lower part of the photo.

Ohio River Ramble

Chet Rhodes

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The image is a bit dark but I wanted to highlight the sky and water.

Chris and I ate at Skyline Chili last night then headed for Graeter's Ice Cream for dessert -- these are two local food places that almost everyone in the area says are must stops. I would say I agree.

-- Chet Rhodes

washingtonpost.com- downtown Cincinnati

By Chet Rhodes  |  September 24, 2006; 10:15 AM ET
Categories:  Ohio River Ramble  
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Can't forget about the Montgomery Inn (three locations, including one on the river), and if the Post's editors let you spring for the big bucks, try Jeff Ruby's steakhouse at 7th and Walnut or one of the best French restaurants in the Midwest: Jean-Robert's Pigalls.

Come to Hyde Park for "Red," or to Montgomery, in the northeast suburbs, for Carlo & Johnny's.

Posted by: howard | September 25, 2006 2:02 PM | Report abuse

You have hit two Cincinnati area favorites, how about a little side trip to Jungle Jim's? www.junglejims.com The only supermarket I've ever found that could go head-to-head with Wegman's.

Posted by: Dayton | September 25, 2006 10:17 AM | Report abuse

YEAH!!!!!! Skyline and Graeter's!! All you need is a home game at the Great American Ballpark, and you've got the perfect visit to the Queen City. :)

Posted by: Sandwich Repairman | September 24, 2006 2:39 PM | Report abuse

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