Residence Inn Cleveland Downtown
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Today we spent the day travelling from Canada to America. We spent the first part of our drive watching Love Actually while we were travelling through Canada and when we crossed the border and made our way into America, we went through Buffalo in New York State and Pennsylvania. As we crossed the boarder we had Born in the USA playing loudly in the coach as well as other 'American' songs to welcome us back into the country. ...
One of Jan and Terry’s projects had been the restoration of a ’74 VW Beetle convertible (close to our hearts and brought back memories of our beach buggy days). Patrick had the privilege of driving the yellow bug to the local Rocky River Reservation the next morning for a two mile walk through the woods before breakfast. Jan had various pre-arranged appointments so Terry suggested a drive into the heart of Cleveland to see the sights. ...
... and fun visit also for the kids.
We are lucky to have the best possible tour guide for the botanical garden right with us: Chloe's grandma who works at the Garden, and can give us lots of insight information.
In the afternoon we have to say Good-Bye to Chloe+family, to make our way South.
Jeanny found out that Ohio has a number of so-called covered bridges, which basically ...
... a dirt road by booska to spend the night but in the morning, Ron called and said he didn't have anything from the warehouse. 8:30 am we finally get going...12 hours after we wanted to get going. By 11:18 pm we had reached Cleveland and eaten at Taco Bell (the only thing open besides the gas station). I had a bacon ranch chalupa (which had no bacon). ...
... have a giant casino in their town. Take from that what you will. Just before the NY-PA state line, we saw our first bear road sign - no sign of the bears themselves however! As we passed into Pennsylvania, the heavens opened, and we spent the rest of the trip in torrential rain. When we got to our first stop in Ohio, at Cuyahoga Valley National Park, it was really muggy and warm and the atmosphere felt like it does before a huge storm. This would turn out to be ...