Forget that paying $12.00.What, are you Richard from Indian Hill ?........lol...Get off at 5th st exit, take it thru downtown to Race, take a right, and another right at the very next street which is Sycamore, take a right at very next street which is main st, and the garage is 30 yards up..2 blocks up from the Nuxy statue...
DO NOT follow these directions, as you will get lost. That is all...
been back in Cincinnati for about a year...
maybe OTR has gotten better...lets hope so, ----------------------I agree with you on the fact that it has gotten better and has a long way to go.The thinking is to gentrfy the OTR. The Casino has and will help property value and the demand for housing.I was shocked when my daughter and son in law bought down there, but my thinking has obviously changed. There house was built in 1869 and it is a downtown mansion home.
I went to the game yesterday, and I had a good time. Sorry to disappoint the one poster who wanted me to have a bad time.
I ended up parking just west of the park down by the river for $10. I just walked up and got a ticket for $7. I thought it was kind of odd though that I got a dog bowl as a promo item. I walked around the entire park and watched the game from about 10 different places. The stadium is neat and definitely has some character. The stadium itself is pretty small, and had the feel to me of a minor league park. Very small dugouts, on deck circles that are almost behind homeplate and almost no foul territory. I am not sure what the max capacity crowd is, but felt around 35,000 - 40,000. Pretty small in comparison to Dodger Stadium at 56,000.
The area outside the park is pretty cool. The hall of fame and all the restaurants and places to go. All Dodger stadium has outside the park is a parking lot. I got a beer at the restaurant just west of the park by the river (the name escapes me at the moment). Overall though I enjoyed my experience and especially enjoyed watching the Giants lose!
I wanted to thank all of you for your time and suggestions.
Of course the traffic is terrible in L.A. If you come to Los Angeles the traffic WILL be terrible. It will never NOT be terrible. OK, maybe at 2 am, but even then, CalTrans will be working on the freeway and most of the lanes will be closed.
The best way to see a Dodger game is to go to Phillipe's for a French Dip sandwich, go across the street to the refurbished Union Station train station, go to their bar, have a drink and watch the game on television.
The best way to see a Dodger game is to go to Phillipe's for a French Dip sandwich============================================absolutely the BESTadd a dill pickle and a pickled egg