Funky Fotos from O’bryonville


O’bryonville (a town within Cincinnati, Ohio) was the last stop for Thursday’s “Tourist in my City” adventure and it was my favorite!  There are so many interesting shops and restaurants.  The first three photos are from a shop called “Hemptations”.  They’ve been in business since 1995 and sell a lot of products made from…you guessed it…Hemp!

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Some of their hip posters…

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Next…I checked out BonBonerie Bakery & Cafe.  I ordered one of their delicious cakes years ago for my mother’s 70th birthday.  They have little rooms that wind around for you to dine in.  I love how the owner has beautiful pottery on the ledges of all the doors…

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I don’t remember the name of the next shop…but they had the nicest kitty.  I like the background on the right also…kinda funky!  Actually, all of the remaining photos are from this shop…

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A ceramic plate in the shape of a spiral…

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A very cool stained/lead glass hanging piece of art…

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A mobile hanging from the ceiling…

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I saved the best for last…tomorrow I have some really nice photos to share!

22 thoughts on “Funky Fotos from O’bryonville

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  3. I hope you ordered a slice of the Opera Cream at BonBonerie! Not sure if it still is, but the Opera Cream use to be their #1 cake order. Loved all your pictures…..You never disappoint! Enjoy your Sunday!

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