Residence Inn Cleveland Downtown
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And, as is evermore, in the morrow, we shall continue our wanderings towards the City of Wind, on the shores of the Sea of Michigan, the home of the revered animal tribes Cubs, Bulls and Bears, known for all manner of social engagement, limitless entertainments, lavish structures, and a local food baked within a dish of considerable depth. It is with anticipation that our journey passes through this land.
May peace be with you, our ...
11pm. Parked on a residential street. Jp says we couldn't have driven a minute more! Dinner from a nearby convenience store (cashews and nutty bars). There was a huge, agitated guy in the store talking in grunts. Totally sketch. We ate at a picnic table for Ohio city ice cream. There were some guys hanging out at another table....one of them was talking about how he could eat chips until he ...
Basically just a travel day, I did manage some sight seeing as I went to nearby Kent State University. The shooting of the 4 college students on May 4, 1970, was a major historical and tragic event ...
... of gulls, like Alfred Hitchcock - The Birds, amount of birds, however unlike the film these were pretty happy to just fly around and hang out - no tourist were attacked while we were there! There were thousands of them. We saw them from a distance last night but up class it was surreal. The girls were fascinated by the birds and super excited to see all the different gulls (there was an informational display to help,identify typed) and to see little ...
... Other than a couple of craft beer stands, it was standard nachos and hot dogs. Not even with clever local or player names either.
* The park feels big but also classic. As I was watching the game I kept thinking "it must be an electric atmosphere during a World Series". If the team makes it back there, I might have to make a return trip to see for myself.
Next up: The Steel City