We had an appointment in downtown Cincinnati today, so I thought it would be a good opportunity to blip another of Cincinnati’s many wonderful murals. This one is entitled Hands that built our city, and is located on one of the corners of the Duke Energy Convention Center. The convention center partnered with ArtWorks to create this colorful mural, which highlights the hands of the workers featured in the famous Union Terminal mosaic murals by Winold Reiss, and was painted to mimic the look of real tile. In between our appointment and going to find this mural, we enjoyed a very late lunch at Nada’s Mexican restaurant, one of our favourite places to eat downtown. When we sat down, it was a gorgeous sunny day, and we chose to eat outside, where it was almost too hot, as there were no sun umbrellas out. However, by the time we left, the clouds had rolled in, bringing the temperatures down a few degrees.