BEST WESTERN Airport Inn & Suites Cleveland
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It's Christmas Day and my present to myself is to be climbing into my car and head'n down the rod to Washington DC - the weather service suggests generally good weather for DC and I have always wanted to go to the Smithsonian, so, as I was so close (400 miles / 600 km) it seemed like a good idea!
But before I do head on down the road - I'd like to say how lucky I was to find Mike at 'MS Precision Automotive' who's workshop is just down the road from the dealership where ...
I flew out of Seattle today to Cleveland, Ohio to collect my new (for me) 1976 Buick Electra.
I now understand why my friends almost fell off their chairs with laughter when I mentioned 'Cleveland' - there is somewhere that can be colder than Seattle, Washington in Winter! When I arrived and walked out of the airport to get a taxi, I felt little flutterings against my face - it was only when I looked into the light of the nearest light that I realized it was lightly snowing!!
... possible. All the staff that are experts in caring for this patient group are all on one particular ward, with easily accessible resources and the patients stay for an intensive programme for a few days that help determine the next course of action in their care. The staff knew 'their stuff', they had positive attitudes towards the patients and the reasons they were there and the patients seemed to respond to ...
JD's 65th birthday today! Left Sturbridge at 7am. Trying to make Cleveland today for a shorter drive tomorrow. Took a different route through New York.. Took the southern route closer to Ithaca to enjoy the fall colors. 700 miles today..just under 12 hours..stayed near Cleveland after getting delayed by some horrific rush hour traffic at the ...
... and what to avoid. We're not planning on trying "balut" (a developing duck embryo that is boiled alive and eaten in the shell). * How do you say "unleavened" in Tagalog?? In the states we have a figure of speech that goes something like this: "Make sure you are crossing your t's and dotting your i's." It implies attention to every detail so that nothing is overlooked. We feel a bit more like we're crossing our eyes! And I am going to find that long-sleeve T - even if it's ...