Embassy Suites Hotel Cleveland - Shaker Heights / Beachwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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How can a train leave an hour late at it's starting point! Easy ask Amtrak! Utter chaos at boarding Wrong carriage number on side of train led to folk getting in wrong rooms only to be pitched out when we arrived! Most of them Brits on board! Americans tend not to travel by train Can't think why!! "Bedroom" ...
... How's that for a contrast! Met accountant from Cleveland who worked for a former Guernsey client! Small World He seemed interesting despite his profession! Had to get away from Chicago due to Jan doling out dollars to mothers begging with children! Meanwhile back on ...
... your backside sticks out in corridor! Dinner and sleep Very rock'n roll Breakfast with two retired American ladies like the Golden Girls Volunteers for over 30 years. Seems a common thread which is interesting and good to hear Iowa, Nebraska then Chicago arrival hour ...
... br> We made really good time and got home at 2:00. It took us about 45 minutes to unload and about that long to go through our mail. It is so nice to be home, however, Beckett keeps going back in the RV and just sits there. I think she is confused.
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... for people like the Beatles, Elvis, and the Stones. We also walked up a walkway that had the signatures of everyone inducted in the Hall of Fame. It was sick to see people like Ray Charles and U2 and the Temptations and many more amazing artists all represented there. After about an hour and a half, we went to Progressive Field (formally known as Jacobs Field) to see a game between the Rockies and the Indians. Sam and I were able to get seats next to ...