Monday, September 04, 2006

Labor Day Fireworks Show A Blast

Last night's WEBN/Toyota Labor Day fireworks show in Cincinnati packed a massive crowd. Attendance estimates range upward of one half million people who watched the 30th anniversary of the annual show.

Often, I rave about this show to the uninitiated. I've attended several shows and last night's was the best and most intense ever. If you've never attended a major fireworks show, you don't know what you're missing. Often, the Cincinnati show rates as one the largest in the nation.

The fireworks capped a wonderful Cincinnati visit.

For those of you who visit Cincinnati, we recommend a dinner outing to Nicholson's Tavern and Pub, located in downtown Cincinnati. Nicholson's features authentic Scottish pub fare and boasts of one the region's largest selections of single malt Scotch whiskey. While at Nicholson's, we sampled 25 year old single malt and dined on shepherd's pie before heading to the fireworks.

Our overnight stay at the Downtown Hilton Netherland Plaza gave us a fine primer in art deco architecture and design.

Also, not to forget the northern Kentucky side, we stopped at The Party Source, a liquor superstore which stock over 2,500 kinds of beer.


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