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Spent most of the day in Wheeling, WV, which is a lot more interesting than you think. The sights we saw were the suspension bridge (the most important pre-Civil War bridge still standing, we were informed many times), which extended the National Road out of West Virginia and into Ohio, and the old Custom House, which is now a museum, but which, in …
Ellen and I found an amazing restaurant in Downtown Akron called Vegiterranean - great food, wonderful service - it's a must when in Akron!
Another item checked off of our Bucket List. Cleveland really does Rock! We had a great time and could not have asked for better weather. The worst part of these road trips is the drive home. We left Cleveland about 9:30 on our journey home. We listened to 'Missing You' by Harlan Coben which was very good. We started 'Shock Wave' by John ...
... take a number. While we were waiting we browsed the bakery cases trying to decide on which of the gorgeous looking pastries we should choose. We finally decided on a Cannoli and a Latte for Tom and a Cream Puff and Cappachino for me. Yummy and well worth the wait!
BTW, on the way we stopped to get some pictures of the Chandelier in the middle of Euclid Street that we couldn't get on our first day in ...
... would declare that 'this was their best album'. The Elvis exhibit and film was also a favorite of ours. He really was GORGEOUS!!!
My only disappointment was the display of the Inductees Signatures. It was in a narrow hallway after leaving the Inductees Film that wound around up to the next floor. Somehow it just wasn't as impressive as the Inductees Rotunda in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
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