Red Roof Inn Cleveland Middleburg Heights
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... timetables. Without me knowing she had sent out a message to members asking if anyone was free to give me a lift. Dana had offered to drive 30mins to come and get me. I couldn't refuse. On the way back to my hotel Dana told me her personal story of how& why she got involved with the timebank. It's not one to share here, but its a familiar story ...
Got up at 7:30. Visited with Marty until Vickie got up..9:30 she says. We got ready to go sight seeing and walking around C******. Before we got under way, there was a very traumatic event for Linda with the backseat of her car. We were emptying it for our travels today. First, the ice chest leaked over and thru the seat protector on the seat ..got it wet. While she was having a fit about that, one of Vickie's ...
... it along anyway. We had trouble finding Vicki's road. She didn't say it had a big green sign to identify it. We were looking for a regular street sign, drove by it twice. Thot it was a sign for an inn. Would like to have made this quite exciting and wowing interesting, but all we did was ride along and look out the window. Hopefully Carol will have more interesting things to say tonite. You all take care and we love ...
... waiting for our flight attendant. She showed up two minutes before boarding. Once. I landed I had to take the train to C terminal. Sure felt like. I was doing a lot of walking. Nothing compared to what. I will be doing in the next week. I decided to take a break in the United Club. That was a great idea. I have two passes but a friend at work gave me his so I used it. Going to get some snacks before the long flight to Paris. A little over seven hours. I think is it for the first ...
... seems lovely. Perhaps because of the conservative attitude from some of the city’s inhabitants. My only Cleveland reference (no Frank Sinatra songs this time) are Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City books (one of the lead characters escapes Cleveland for the more bohemian San Francisco).
The second day here was incredibly hot and we managed to find the only two buses in the whole city without ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed