Hampton Inn and Suites Cleveland Airport / Middleburg Heights
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... Mike - together you make a great team and a great business!
And, by chance, I came across the Ford Cleveland plant where all the wonderful 351 & 302 Clevelands were made for those few years back in the early '70s - I felt nostalgic for my old 1975 302C powered Ford Fairlane and my 1982 351C powered Ford Bronco. I had a lot of fun in those cars and rarely did I not smile when I drove them!!
Merry Christmas everyone - I hope that Santa is kind to you all!
I flew out of Seattle today to Cleveland, Ohio to collect my new (for me) 1976 Buick Electra.
I now understand why my friends almost fell off their chairs with laughter when I mentioned 'Cleveland' - there is somewhere that can be colder than Seattle, Washington in Winter! When I arrived and walked out of the airport to get a taxi, I felt little flutterings against my face - it was only when I looked into the light of the nearest light that I realized it was lightly snowing!!
... was necessary and have 3 nurses on each shift. They also have mental health workers, a teacher and social workers who help manage insurance issues and discharge planning. Typically the patients are there for 2/3 days and take part in school and therapy group sessions that help look at balancing life and managing anxiety - this was particularly interesting! This was another hospital that encouraged 'dog ...
popped in on Juice (Jessica Carson Shelley) in Shaker Heights as I couldn't have been that close to her and not pop in. I needed a Juice hug too.
What a fun family! Cutie pie kids, dogs that needed belly rubs, and can't forget the birds!
Watch out for that first step out the back tho. Little rough on the knees ;-)
... long, maybe 5 minutes, but enough to wet the ground. Jen and I settled the bill - there were no surprises, and Jen successfully managed to buy one of our largest/most expensive pieces we'd returned from our travels with - a 2 foot carved log/vase/candleholder. It's hard to explain, but there is a coral reef filled with sharks, turtles, fish, starfish, corals and more carved within the log as 3D elements around the solid core. It's pretty phenomenal work, ...