Fitzgerald's Irish Bed & Breakfast
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... consumed with us doing the laundry. We had managed to avoid doing any laundry for nearly a month by recycling our clothes and wearing the same clothes for days at a time.
Being able to last this long was an amazing feat of neat eating endurance for me, as I have a tendency to wear my dinner on my clothes. The prize was not having ...
... listening to music, banter and seeing America :) After a quick picnic lunch we headed for the museum, from Beatles to Beyoncé, Elvis to Hendrix and Wonder to Charles, the rock and roll hall of fame was a homage to all the great rock and roll stars of all time and some fantastic memorabilia and artefacts could be seen in the museum. I especially enjoyed the Beatles and a Elvis section as it has really got me in the ...
... nor the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I decided to head over to the Hall of Fame since it was something I had wanted to do but it never crossed my mind that I would be so close. It was roughly three blocks away from my hotel, making it really easy to get to. It was nice and I saw a lot of amazing items in there.
After the Hall of fame, I was invited by the crew to celebrate Vivian Campbell's birthday with ...
... they were able to come through to Canada just the other side of Lake Erie.
We were also told that some slaves who managed to escape made their way to Cleveland, and were helped by an underground organisation in the Catholic Church. The Church had a bell, no longer on the steeple which tolled once to take cover, and twice all clear. We saw both the Church and the bell.
There was a long Avenue in an area called the ...
... paid by the local nuclear power plant. They have a beautiful campground north of town that is completely free. People just park their trailers and RVs in the park, and they don't pay a dime. It was quite full, but no one was there. The view from our site was overlooking Lake Erie, and to the right, a little steam from the power plant peaked out from the ...