Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The Duck

For awhile now I've been eyeing the Duck, a converted World War II vehicle that travels on both land and water. Yesterday I decided to take the Duck tour, which starts at Newport on the Levee,

drives across the Taylor Southgate bridge into Cincinnati and enters the river there,

goes on the southern side of the river past Covington's Millionnaire's Row, where Steph and Mike had their wedding pictures taken,

goes under the Roebling bridge, down the river a little longer, turns around, and comes back on the Cincinnati side of the river, past these tents,

then goes by the Cincinnati skyline, leaves the river and travels through downtown Cincinnati past Fountain square,
and back across the bridge again into Newport. This was fun, totally relaxing. If you get a chance, do it. Tickets are $15, which is cheaper than at Duck rides in other cities.

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