Red Roof Inn Cleveland East - Willoughby
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... consumed with us doing the laundry. We had managed to avoid doing any laundry for nearly a month by recycling our clothes and wearing the same clothes for days at a time.
Being able to last this long was an amazing feat of neat eating endurance for me, as I have a tendency to wear my dinner on my clothes. The prize was not having ...
After a shock wake up by my alarm clock at 6 am, we found ourselves waking up to a cold and blearily morning was just like waking up in England blurghhhh :s Shower ,breakfast and van loaded it was time to hit the freeway and head 290 miles to the birthplace of rock and roll, Cleveland. After a fair few hours of driving we landed at the rock and roll hall of fame museum. All the drives are long I must say they are very ...
... could I pass on that. I was lucky enough to spend the day in good company and attended the birthday party of a rock star. (In pure Irish fashion, it was held at a local Irish pub.) It was not like I was just there as a person in the crowd, I was an invited guest and it felt like family. What an absolutely amazing group of people.
I can only hope to remain friends with them and go out again in the future.
... apparently there is a festival of all kinds of flying craft round Labor weekend.
We will have left well before this.
Last but not least we came past the Rock n Roll hall of fame, which still draws bi names.
We were dropped off over the road from the City tower where we then caught the train back to West Cleveland where we're staying.
On to Amish Acres in Napanee Northern Indiana tomorrow
... 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 ...