What a nice afternoon we had starting off with lunch at the Findlay market, then a little exploring the over-the-rine neighborhood, the oldest intact urban area in the United States ! Yes some areas a little sketchy mostly because of what we hear and see on the news. But looks like lots of development happening there. After this area we went downtown a few blocks to the Carew building to the top floor observation deck. So lovely and never too many people. It's like we have the whole place to ourselves. Then off to the Hinge, another vintage fun store. New to town from Chicago store owners were fun and very informative. Again another neighborhood in transition. So happy to see this. We asked about any other areas close to check out and they told us of one not far away. Wow unique shops very vintage, very swanky sure felt like big city, but lots of cool vintage clothing and mid century glass ware so nicely displayed! They knew their stuff very high end! A gallery ready to open, a French shop, and the "Felix" building nothing happening there except the most romantic/ beautiful/ triangle /architecture around check out those balconies wow and double wow! Because we don't really know Cincinnati at all we just explore.....which led us to some very stunning neighborhoods from scary to mansions. We stumbled upon what looked like a nice Italian restaurant, turned out to be it was the best. Fine dinning ill take over fine jewelry any day. After checking the menu at many places this one stood out Emilia's . After a nice glass of white and a scrumptious dinner I was done. But for Wills sake I found the strength to do a little tour of ikea in west chester on the way home. Oh yes and a slice of there cake for take home! What a wonderful relaxing day.