J. Palen House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We made it to Cleveland Monday evening and stayed downtown so we'd be closer to the rock n roll hall of fame. We were on a tight schedule and didn't get but an hour to tour which is not remotely enough time. We had tickets to the gran ole opry Tuesday evening so we were going to have to hustle ...
We had a wonderful day with a morning visit to Richard's daughter, Amy, who has cerebral palsy and spends her work days at a wonderful facility called the Pieters Life Center. From there, we headed west on Route 90 traveling along the NY State Thruway, down Route 271 to the Ohio Route 80 interstate. Enough about roads.
For lunch, we pulled off the highway ...
... who have a great deal more international travel experience to only pack one suitcase each and carry a backpack. They advised that you don't want to have to 'schlep' two suitcases around multiple airports and hotels. Is 'schlep' a real word?? Even if it isn't, I think we all have an idea of what it might mean: schlep = the action that a weary traveler exerts in attempting to drag cumbersome, overweight suitcases in an awkward ...
... cap of the truck where I had bedded down. Then another car came and four youths got out and were wondering around. I unlocked my phone, ready to dial 911. What the hell is the name of this town? I don't know, but they will know where the Walmart is, probably one in every town here in Minnesota! As another car pulled up I started to get uncomfortable, why was this happening to me at the far end of the lot? I unholstered my gun and made a plan to respond. Then the local bus pulled in ...
... that look like houses or barns, built across rivers. In former times these bridges were used as community get-together, dancing places, shelters, besides to actually cross the rivers. There used to be over 2,000 such bridges in Ohio, with 125 remaining today.
We stop at one of those bridges, the Everett Bridge in the Cuyahoga National Park, South of Cleveland.