Holiday Inn Cleveland East - Mentor
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... the loonies in the laundromats on the road.
Our hotel had its own customer laundry so we were able to luxuriate in our room in between cycles.
We stayed in the city so ventured around the corner for dinner and then a couple of beers at a little dive bar.
The city seemed safe and organised after being in Detroit.
... drank some margaritas, made s'mores and did some Trekkie bonding round the campfire playing silly but fun games. Was an incredible feeling to think that I was in the middle of America, round a campfire drinking margaritas it's just still such a surreal feeling that I am actually here it has still not sank in. After a few drinks it was time for bed as we have a huge journey in the morning ahead of us. Nighty night campers ...
... nor the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I decided to head over to the Hall of Fame since it was something I had wanted to do but it never crossed my mind that I would be so close. It was roughly three blocks away from my hotel, making it really easy to get to. It was nice and I saw a lot of amazing items in there.
After the Hall of fame, I was invited by the crew to celebrate Vivian Campbell's birthday with ...
... br> A taxi then took us to the Powerhouse, a converted building housing an aquarium downstairs, and restaurant upstairs. This is where we boarded a tour, with PJ the guide and driver. She was very informative, but didn't allow any questions, as she was narrating while listening to a tape.
We learned the history of Cleveland. How in 1796 General Moses Cleveland was employed as a surveyor, and how a group of wealthy men ...
... paid by the local nuclear power plant. They have a beautiful campground north of town that is completely free. People just park their trailers and RVs in the park, and they don't pay a dime. It was quite full, but no one was there. The view from our site was overlooking Lake Erie, and to the right, a little steam from the power plant peaked out from the ...