Extended Stay America - Cleveland - Great Northern Mall
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... it will be nice to be able to go to the bathroom when you want and not when you stop for gas breaks! Honestly it is the little things. Thank you alll for following along with us on our trip, I hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Will post our final blog tomorrow when we get home!
P.S. I didn't post many pictures but I took over 1.000 photos. I will do a dvd when we return and will share with anyone who wants to see it.
... is to most precisely describe the reason for this unusual road wear pattern . The winner of this challenge will receive, at no cost to them, a twofold increase in their ego level, redeemable as a "because I'm smarter than you, that's why" at the time of their choosing. Losers in this competition will just have to suffer in silence. The answer to be provided in the next ...
... Fortunately, there was still one staff member there who was working late so we were able to get our car.
The museum via movies, documentaries and exhibits, aims to show the entire history of Rock and Roll. A few interesting items we saw:
A Mark II Mellotron owned by John Lennon and played by Paul McCartney on ...
We left South Bend early so we could drive 4 1/2 hours across Indiana and into Ohio to watch the Akron Rubber Ducks play an afternoon game (Sophie really wanted to see two of her favorite things - baseball and rubber ducks - together). Canal Park is a great little ballpark and the Rubber Ducks won, so we had fun, but there wasn't a single rubber duck to be found in the souvenir shop. From there we drove on, out of Ohio, a little way through Pennsylvania, and into New York for a camping ...
... to be a major artery of transport. The cement walls of the many locks still remain as a reminder of life in the 19th century. One of the towns bordering the park is Hudson. A five minute drive off the interstate will find you in a quaint little town that has all the modern conveniences one would expect to find in anywhere U.S.A. (BTW, no admission fee to this treasure.) If you ever find yourself near Cuyahoga National Park, do yourself a favor and spend some time ...