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These are my shots from a ColDay-guided tour of Cincinnati and a little bit of Dayton. There's so much to see in both cities, in terms of architecture, neighborhoods, etc.; I'll definitely be coming back to Southwest Ohio since one day doesn't do it justice. This trip was a good start as I was able to learn a lot of new things, Dayton in particular was a pleasant surprise.

Some residences in the SF-like neighborhood of Tusculum


Some Hyde Park houses. Although I didn't take many pics of the Hyde Park/Mt. Lookout area, I was impressed with its family friendly characteristics. I saw several families spending their Saturday afternoon in community areas such as Hyde Park Square and Ault Park. These neighborhoods appeal to a demographic you would expect to find only in the suburbs of a lot of other cities.


Moving further west towards downtown, a cityscape from the Walnut Hills neighborhood


A couple corner photos of Walnut Hills




Nice rows in Edgecliff




Mt. Adams views




The sign and the art deco skyscraper remind me of 50th Street in Manhattan


Synagogue in Garfield Place




Beautiful architecture, corner of Race and Vine


Looking north on Walnut, lots of activity


Gotta love the historic Over-the-Rhine canyons



Over-the-Rhine skyline


East Coast feeling


Downtown


Victorian houses in Newport, KY




View from Covington, KY


Covington’s looking good




Back in Cincinnati, don’t remember the neighborhood


Who doesn’t love mansard roofs? Pendleton neighborhood


View from the steps of Union Terminal


Back streets


Skyline from the northside




Glencoe in all its abandoned glory. ColDay was told off by a hipster when he drove the wrong way on a one-way street around this vacant block


Not sure which neighborhood this was taken in


Clifton, college kids




Charming Northside neighborhood


Dayton-Next 3 shots are from the Oregon neighborhood. Surely one of the most organic and Bohemian neighborhoods in the midwest






Downtown, Dayton Arcade in the foreground


Goodnight Dayton
 
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