The CB Connector to Findlay Market.

After getting my hair cut at Rooster’s in Queen City Square, I hopped on the
CB Connector to ride up to Findlay Market to get lunch again today…

And there we are at Findlay Market in a jiffy…

I finally got us one of those little waving, lucky cats at the Saigon Market…

This space could be made into something really cool…

My photo didn’t do it justice at all.

Oktoberfest is this weekend. I like this year’s posters…

I decided to get chicken yellow curry and an egg roll from Mimi’s Gourmet Egg Rolls & Curry Bowls for lunch…

Speaking of egg rolls, look at the size of Mimi’s Big Monster Eggroll…

Whoa. Egg Rolls as big as your head! Then with curry bowl and egg roll in tow, I hopped back on the Connector to ride back down to the office…

Thanks for the ride, Connector…

I didn’t even realize that I was on the Rhinegeist branded Connector…

The curry was delicious, and so was the egg roll! So much food. And most of these photos were taken with my Polaroid CUBE. 🙂

Hello, CB Connector.

Cincinnati finally got to ride all over downtown and Over-the-Rhine on it’s brand new streetcar CB Connector all weekend long. Social media was chuck full of photos and videos of people’s experiences on the Connector. Today, it was my turn. I got to ride it for myself for the first time this afternoon. I hopped on the Connector at Main and Eighth Streets just outside of Deskey…

By the time it got to Twelfth Street, I had the COnnector pretty much to myself…

I took this little video clip with my Instagram

I got off the Connector at the Findlay Market stop on Elm Street…

I just wanted to get a Bahn Mi sammich from Pho Lang Thang

With sammich in hand, I walked over to wait for the Connector at the Findlay Market stop on Race Street…

And like clockwork, there was the Connector…

I rode the Connector down Race Street passed Washington Park…

I decided to ride the Connector all the way back around to where I first got on at Main and Eighth Streets. At Fountain Square, I started taking this video with my Polaroid CUBE…

Apparently, you can only take a five minute long video. And that’s fine because it’s not all that interesting. At all. Here’s another much shorter video of the Connector rolling passed Great American Ball Park…

And I’m back where I started at Main and Eighth…

I think I was going for about 45 minutes or so, give or take. Next time, I’ll pay more attention to what time it is when I leave. And here’s my Korean BBQ Bahn Mi sammich from Pho Lang Thang…

I have to admit. It was pretty cool to be able to hop on the Connector to ride up to Findlay Market to get a delicious sammich. Even when we lived downtown, we never really got up to Findlay Market all that much. Now I can see myself taking the Connector up to Findlay Market to grab a sammich, a gelato or pick up something to bring home for our dinner. Coworkers are already talking about taking the Connector to Taft’s Ale House for lunch or Rhinegeist for drinks after work. It’s cool how it makes downtown seem even easier to navigate than it already was.  The Cincinnati Bell Connector is pretty A-okay with me. 🙂