Monday, April 21, 2014

American Classical Music Hall of Fame

To experience the love of beautiful classical music, and exquisite architecture, bus rental visitors should take some time to visit the American Classical Music Hall of Fame in Cincinnati. Located on 1225 Elm Street, this Hall of Fame celebrates individuals and institutions of the past and present that have made significant contributions to classical music.
Founded by David A. Klingshim in 1996, with the help of composers Alan Sepp and Samuel Adler, the American Classical Music Hall of Fame is filled with plaques bearing information about each inductee, their biography, compositions and even music samples for charter bus visitors to listen to.
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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Over-the-Rhine Neighbourhood in Cincinnati

Cincinnati is a big place, with many different interesting neighborhoods to visit. One of these neighborhoods is Over-the-Rhine, otherwise known as OTR, which is believed to be the most intact urban historic district in America and the largest to boot.
With 943 of its buildings registered in the National Register of Historic Places, and the largest collection of Italianate architecture in United States, it is no wonder that rental bus visitors just clamor to head over to OTR for some sightseeing.
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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Things You Thought You Would Never Want To Know About Sign-Making

The great thing about America is this - acceptance and diversity. You see diversity in the people, culture, lifestyle, food, preference in terms of friends, bars, shopping malls and creativity. You see them everywhere. That’s the one thing that makes places like Connecticut worth visiting in a charter bus or as a solo traveler.
We see diversity in sign boards all around Connecticut too.

Quaint American signs throughout the passage of time

When you visit the American Sign Museum at 1330, Monmouth Street, Cincinnati OH 45225, you will get the chance to feast your eyes of the visual history of American Signages from 1870 right down to 1970s.
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Friday, November 1, 2013

Connecting, Socializing, Shopping...all in one place - Findlay Market

Space. Wide open space, friendly people, loads of shops, plenty of options and amazing atmosphere is what you can expect from Findlay Market. It has been said that the bus rentals Cincinnati marketplace goes back a long time and perhaps, if you are local resident, remembers hitting the market with your family. Or maybe it is a place that you hangout with your friends or even relatives. You could have also come here on dates to grab a quick cup of coffee or spaghetti. Whatever it is, the atmosphere is very comfortable and cosy, which is surprising because you have all that space outdoors....just for you.
Apart from peak season, the marketplace is hardly ever crowded which is great because it feels like you have all the time in the world to explore the shops. Findlay Market, as you will soon see for yourself, is all about tradition. But is it all stuffy and ‘old’? I don’t think so. Half of the people who come to Findlay Market are the young and working class people looking for a quick and cheap place to grab a meal or a place to relax and hang out with their friends during their bus rentals Cincinnati breaks.
The concept of this living landmark is to provide a space for people to connect with each other, socialize and unknowingly trying to get people off of the internet or look away from their devices. This was precisely what we were doing....looking at anything and everything BUT our devices. We were blogging from our laptops, surfing on the bus rentals Cincinnati charter bus on our tabs and when we got off, we were captured into the vibe evidently unique to the market.
Of course, there is no denying the fact that it is also about the great food and shopping experience that it provides. You really get into the whole place because you want to see what CIncinnati is all about, at the end of the day, this is what you are here to do. They stay true to their mission and initial vision, really, and they successfully invigorates the mind with a message of hope. Through reinvigoration of the historic marketplace connecting farmers with fishmongers, customers with good food...all this while reconnecting a whole generation with its messages.
I am sitting here wondering how does a bus rentals Cincinnati tourist attraction like Findlay Market manages to make such a massive space so intimate. We would love to find more places like this all around United States.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Mount Adams Pavilion

If you have friends coming to visit you soon and you are looking for a place to go with your friends for some happy hour drinks, the Mount Adams Pavilion is just the right place to go. Located at 949 Pavilion St, Cincinnati, this is a place that any rental bus company driver would know the place, which is why it would be a wise move if you and your friends arrange for one to send all of you there during their happy hour sessions. After all, it does not take a genius to know that it is not safe to be driving after you have had alcoholic beverages – better to be safe than sorry.

Mount Adams Pavilion offers happy hours to their customers from 4pm until 8pm daily and you can always bring your friends there to enjoy drinks and enjoy the magnificent view from the Pavilion. Previously a house built in 1848, the Mount Adams Pavilion now is a lounge with lively music and various DJs that welcomes partygoers from around the city and outskirts as well. It is located right in the heart of Mount Adams, and is famous for its stunning views of Cincinnati’s skyline and its party deck ambience. The view alone is already good enough reason for you to bring your friends here in a Cincinnati rental bus. The place gets crowded on weekends, so unless you enjoy crowds, it would be better to bring your friends on a weekday instead.

For a beautiful view from the deck, you and your friends have four patio decks to choose from and enjoy the live music as you sip on your drinks and take in the magnificent skyline scenery. You can also hang out inside the Pavilion if you enjoy dancing and dance the night away with your friends. They also serve really delicious burgers and steaks that you can enjoy if you are already there early for their happy hours and you don’t want to leave the place to go elsewhere for dinner. However, if your friends prefer to dine somewhere else, you don’t have to worry about anything at all because you already have the service of a rented bus driver to send you and your friends to wherever you may wish to go for dinner. You just need to know where you want to bring them for dinner and let the bus driver know; and the next thing you know, you are already there. That’s the awesome thing about renting a Cincinnati bus for your trips.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Krohn Conservatory, Cincinnati

Sometimes, after returning from a holiday, we feel like we need another day to rest our tired bodies. Yet, we always look forward to planning another holiday with the family. One good way to bond with the family without having to burn a hole through your pockets as well as not returning from the trip all tired and worn out is to go for a leisure walk in a conservatory. It may sound a little boring but not so if you were to rent a Cincinnati bus and have the bus driver send you and your family to the Krohn Conservatory.

The Krohn Conservatory was built in 1933 and when you arrive at the entrance of this place with your family in the rented bus, all you probably see is just aluminum and glass walls, but don’t be too disappointed yet. You have not entered into the conservatory so don’t be too quick to judge that the place is not worth your visit. Remember the saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover”? Well, for this place, you can’t really judge it by the looks of the entrance because it was built at the height of the Art Deco era, hence the looks.

As you enter into the Krohn Conservatory, which is also one of Cincinnati Parks’ nationally recognized parks that exhibits more than 3,500 plant species collected from around the world; you will see the rainforest directly ahead of you. As you walk through the winding path with beautiful rainforest flowers around you, you will soon come to a little cave where you can walk though and this is one of the favorite spots in the conservatory for many kids.

Even though this may be your first trip to the Krohn Conservatory with your family in a rented Cincinnati charter bus, you will be pleased to know that the exhibits inside changes throughout the year and they have different kinds of events and programs running all year round. During their annual “Butterfly Show”, they have thousands of butterflies flying around in a special themed garden. Inside the conservatory, they also have their famous rainforest waterfall with some of their permanent displays in the Palm, Tropical, Desert and Orchid houses. During Christmas, the Krohn Conservatory is a favorite place to visit as they will have on display a life size nativity scene just right outside the conservatory. Hence, if you have enjoyed your first trip here, perhaps you would like to visit again during Christmas – so, be sure to make arrangements to book a bus if you wish to; you know how busy things can get on holidays such as Christmas!

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Cincinnati Museum Center

Many people may think that museums are just places where they put old things in there and before you go in, you will need to pay a minimal fee, tour around it to see some of the historical artifacts of the past and then leave for other more interesting bus rentals Cincinnati tourist destinations. Well, not all museums are just about “old things and historical artifacts” – in fact, after you bring your kids to visit the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal in a rented bus, you and your kids will look at museums differently!

Located at 1301 Western Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45203-1103, the Cincinnati Museum Center is a one of a kind of museums that has OMNIMAX Theater in a restored Art Deco train station. Unlike ordinary museums, Cincinnati Museum Center is made up of three museums – the Cincinnati History Museum, the Duke Energy Children's Museum and the Museum of Natural History & Science, plus the OMNIMAX Theater that will simply keep you busy and in awe of its exhibits. The Cincinnati Museum Center is such a great place to visit that even your Cincinnati rental bus driver will be sharing you stories about Cincinnati as he takes you to the museum center.

The Cincinnati Museum Center is a great place for children, older children and adults to visit. At the Cincinnati History Museum, you will learn about the history of Cincinnati and enter into the replica of the 94 foot side wheel steamboat – the Queen of the West as well as a model of the city in the glory of its olden days. As you walk through the museum with your kids, you will see many “people of the past” in there – they are actually what the museum center calls them, “interpreters” who are all dressed up just like the people back in the 1900s-1940s and if you stop to ask them questions about their “lives”, they will be more than glad to answer them all. A truly interesting bus rentals Cincinnati tour of the place with a twist that will certainly leave wonderful memories in the end.

Make a Cincinnati charter bus stop at the Duke Energy Children’s Museum, kids will totally be having a ball of time there – all the exhibits in this museum provides the children a time to learn about themselves and the world around them by climbing, crawling, reading and so much more! This museum is literally a place where learning with fun is the key. It is no different at the Museum of Natural History & Science – you and your kids will have fun exploring a re-created limestone cave, an underground waterfall, fossils and even a live bat colony!

If you and your kids get hungry after all the walking and playing in the museum center, there is a food court at the center, and if you want to do some shopping before you hop back on the Cincinnati rental bus, the museum has three shops – something for everyone, that’s for sure!