Cover Story Why 'We're No. 1!' is more than a happy chant in Cincinnati
Gone are the days when the Queen City was only ranked for its high gas prices, air pollution, bed bugs and terrible ceremonial first pitches .
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#1 Jun 20, 2014
I stayed in downtown Cincinnati in April. The bedbugs attacked me within minutes of sitting down in my hotel room. The hotel was considered 3 star (can't understand why). The room was very bad. Checked out and went to another hotel, with no problems I should add.
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