Extended Stay America - Akron - Copley - West
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... we are going to be making our way through an Amish village and potentially later in the trip we will travel through a state known for the Mormon religion. We arrived in Cleveland Ohio and it was a complete hole. The town looked so empty and dirty. It was not a pleasant place to be but it worked well for a one night stop over. One of our included trips was the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame museum. We were given 2 hours ...
... the outskirts, the city’s steel heritage was much in evidence – power plants and works. We ended up at Lake Erie waterfront and wandered the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, housed in a very modern building. If one read every history board, looked at every piece of memorabilia, and listened to all of the music on offer, we could easily have spent a day or more at the Hall. The British musical influence was everywhere – a very impressive ...
... JUST for the guest rooms), simple yet clean and spacious, exactly what we were looking for.
After settling, we drive the few miles back into the next little town called Berlin (REALLY!), to have a hearty and home-made dinner, with pork chops, home-made noodles, gravy, and chocolate pie.
We look forward to exploring the area, and learn more about the Amish tomorrow.
... parked in some dark parking lot.....Jp is talking about shaving his beard. :-( Check out the weird bank name we found walking to Taco Bell.... The fifth-third bank. Also, I figured out that I can use the cellular data on my iPad to download books and then I can turn off data and read all day. Score! 11:30 Jp is shaving! 11:34 just a trim! Crisis averted! ...
... You get immersed in a particular exhibit and you get suspended in time. There was one kiosk where you could listen to any one of hundreds of 'One Hit Wonders', see pictures of the artists and read about their music experience. I was hooked! There were lots more of these kiosks around but there just wasn't enough time.
There was a movie depicting each inductee into the Hall of Fame by year. That ...