Hampton Inn & Suites Cleveland-Beachwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Beachwood
... around and look at everything there which was interesting but also hard because I didn't know many of the bands included in the museum. After the museum, the group went out to eat in a restaurant called Burger 2 Beer. The food was really nice and the restaurant stayed open just for us so we had the whole place to ourselves. Once we had finished our meal, we had a relaxing night in our hotel rooms to make up for lost hours of ...
... EZ tied down, Terry arrived. He and Jan were kindly our hosts for the stay. We took the opportunity to inspect his EZ in his pristine hangar – of which we're not allowed to be envious! Olmsted Falls is about 35 mins from the airfield and a delightful suburb of the city. On the way, we made a pit-stop at a local diner for lunch. An entertaining afternoon and evening was spent chatting with Jan and Terry, sharing stories, and enjoying a delicious home cooked ...
... man in front of a fresh market, and he gives us a hint for a remote-located Amish farm. After some searching, and driving some narrow buggy roads with our car, we find the place and are welcomed by the host's kids: they have to run and get the father from the fields behind the farm house, so we can check in. It couldn't be more authentic and Amish: no electricity (except some solar-powered outlets and ...
... 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! ...
... to a land new and foreign to us. The land of Cleves was but a few short hours spent on a well-travelled route we shared with a multitude of kings of the road. The land of Cleves lay aside the Sea of Erie and was a welcome sight to our eyes. It was a land in which time had laid siege to its structures, but which its current rulers sought and had succeeded in restoring it to its former glory. Contrasts were evident everywhere. Twas as if the Lord and ...