Extended Stay America - Cleveland - Brooklyn
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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 ...
Wednesday 29 to Thursday 30 July
An early start to beat the heat for today's short one-hour flight to Lorain County Regional Airport to the west of Cleveland City. En-route the views below continued to be mainly of farmland, typical of the eastern Mid-West.
Arriving at rush-hour again, a fellow Oshkosh attendee kindly put us right regarding the arrival procedures and by the time we landed, the airfield was much quieter. Refuelling completed and ...
... 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.
We were supposed to leave around 8 last night but Ron called and told JP to wait so that he could fill the last bit of space in the trailer with something from the warehouse. I opted to go sleep in the Kmart parking lot (I was already all unpacked in the truck) but Kmart kicked us out....they used to be truck friendly but now they "have new policies." ...
... get on the flight and could not be flown to the US until the next flight out of Johannesburg on Tuesday. It then took 30 hours to get my bag from Dulles to Cleveland, so despite being home, I felt like I dealt with United more than when I actually was on their planes, and I felt like my trip did not officially end until I got all my luggage.
Now that I have my bag, have begun to unpack, and have readjusted to American life again, reality is setting ...