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As you're checking off items on your bucket list for holiday activities this year, be sure to check out some of the best places to have brunch downtown.  After your bellies are full, be sure to also check out our list of things to do with you family to continue the holiday spirit.   If you like Waffles - Try Taste of Belguim - The Waffle Comes First, Respect The Waffle!  Highly recommending the Chicken and Waffle - Make sure you get the HOT SAUCE!   https://authenticwaffle.com/ If you like Healthy - try  Maplewood...

What to do after brunch in Downtown Cincinnati   Weekend Carriage Rides at Macy’s Celebration Station: Enjoy free horse-drawn trolley carriage rides through the heart of the city. Courtesy of Macy’s. Boards at corner of Fifth and Race Streets (downtown); Dec. 10-11,  Noon–5 p.m. (Final boarding at 4:45 p.m.—please arrive early!) Walk around the Hilton and Westin hotel using the skywalk. There are lots of Christmas decorations to enjoy and you don't even have to go outside! End at Palomino for a coffee. (Sit in the bar by the window and enjoy a view...

At TREO, we are always trying to save you time when it comes to buying a home. If you can't make it out to see a home, use TREO's "Your Eyes, Our Intern" Program where we simulate an actual walkthrough using GoPro wide angle cameras attached to the heads of our interns. Check out our first video, Intern views house using GoPro and let us know what you think! -- Update: This was a terrible idea. This intern left after seeing dead mice in the tub and wouldn't go in the flooded...

Welcome to my first edition of Tuesday Morning Coffee - where I provide a real estate update via my blog and e-newsletter to all of those friends I have met over the past several years.  I am thrilled to be reconnecting in this new way and hope to continue bringing relevant real estate news to you for years to come. In this video, I cover several relevant market statistics for the greater Cincinnati area.  Such as: Median price for the past 12 months is dead even when compared to the prior year,...

Saturday & Sunday - Downtown at the Square  Originally posted on Cincinnati.com   The Cincinnati Celtic Festival features Celtic music, dance, food and culture from the seven Celtic regions (Ireland; Scotland; Isle of Man; Cornwall, Wales; Galicia, Spain; and Brittany, France).You'll hear live performances from more than 20 bands playing instruments such as the Irish bagpipe and everyone's favorite, the harp. Join a haggis eating contest at 5 p.m. Saturday and dance away your regrets afterward.Noon-11 p.m. Saturday & noon- 7 p.m. Sunday. Fountain Square, Fifth and Vine streets, Downtown.513-763-8036 www.cincinnaticelticfest.com...

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