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Travel Blogs from Medina
Entertainment - $243.00
7/4 Cleveland Indians vs. KC Royals 184.00
7/5 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 36.00
Gas - $152.02
7/2 Columbia, SC 45.01
7/3 Bradley, WV 36.00
7/6 Marietta, OH 41.00
7/6 Rock Hill, SC 30.01
Total Expenses - $919.56
After a wonderful day at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame we headed to Little Italy for dinner, What a difference from the day before when everything was closed for the holiday. Now all the restaurants were open with outdoor seating and there were lights, flowers and people everywhere.
We went to Cleveland's oldest restaurant, Guarino's, where we opted to sit in the charming outdoor garden at the back of ...
... and a real trip down memory lane. Talk about memory lane - there was a video that highlighted the artists that appeared on American Bandstand with Dick Clark from 1956 to 1989. So fascinating not only to see the various artists over the years, but to see how the audience changed (and how Dick didn't). During that video we learned that the name of the group ABBA comes from the first initial of each of ...
... sang by a soldier. Which reminds me of a gripe I didn't express, the Yankees were the only team to not have a live singer for the Anthem or God Bless America. A bit disappointing in my opinion.
The game was close for much of the beginning until Moustakas of the Royals hit a 3-run homer and blew things open. The Indians couldn't get any offense going and had only 2 hits through the first 6 ...
... you need to. We finally got to our hotel, another Hampton Inn, around 5pm.
What would we do without the Internet? We quickly found the location of a mall that had a Microsoft store AND our favorite restaurant - PF Changs, where we enjoyed our usual Lettuce Wraps, Mongolian Beef and Lemon Chicken. Yummy!!
Dillon will be happy to hear that we saw license plates for 25 of the 50 states on our journey.