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Old 07-02-2014, 08:00 AM   #1
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Jungle Jim's

Is it worth a 12 hour ride?
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If your talking about the huge market near Cincy OH in Fairfield, I would not drive 12 hours just to see it even though it is an amazing and unusal place. You can find about anything that's edible there and then some. If you combine it with the other things in the area like the USAF Museum in Dayton it might be worth the trip.
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Old 07-02-2014, 08:50 AM   #3
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Thanks. We were going to make it a stop off from New York, then travel south through Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama.
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If you are going through KY the Kentucky Horse Farm near Lexington on 75 is a great place and has a campground, and TN the Appliaccion Museum near Norris and the Museum at Oak Ridge are worth a visit if you havn't been. Both near 75.
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Jungle Jim's is a unique place. Has foods from about every nation in the world. You can buy live fish by picking them out of the aquarium. whole fish, lobster just about anything. I would say it is worth a stop if you are going thru Cincinnati. Too drive 12 hours just for this might be a stretch. We get to Cincinnati a couple times a year and always make that our last stop. So we can take things home.

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I've got some pictures of Jungle Jim's. We don't have good cell service in our campground now. I try to download a couple pictures 1st of the week when we get back home.

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Thanks. We were going to make it a stop off from New York, then travel south through Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama.
Definitely worth stopping at, if it is on the way, we always go there when in the Cincinnati area.
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Thanks for the info!
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Here is a couple pictures at Jungle Jim's
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If you are going through KY the Kentucky Horse Farm near Lexington on 75 is a great place and has a campground, and TN the Appliaccion Museum near Norris and the Museum at Oak Ridge are worth a visit if you havn't been. Both near 75.
Be aware! We were there mid June and they DON'T TELL YOU ABOUT THE 120 PSI OF WATER PRESSURE! We seen three campers flooded with water.
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