Sheraton Cleveland Airport Hotel
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... we are going to be making our way through an Amish village and potentially later in the trip we will travel through a state known for the Mormon religion. We arrived in Cleveland Ohio and it was a complete hole. The town looked so empty and dirty. It was not a pleasant place to be but it worked well for a one night stop over. One of our included trips was the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame museum. We were given 2 hours ...
... we felt right at home! There is also a sports stadium and Science Museum in the same locality.
An early evening supper at a local restaurant, dining on the patio overlooking a small river, we continued to enjoy J&T’s company. We had taken two cars, the girls in the yellow bug, as the boys wanted to head out to the airfield to check over the EZ before we moved on. We really enjoyed our stay and were made very welcome – thanks Jan and Terry.
... we head further down to Holmes County, which is not the oldest (that's in Pennsylvania) but the largest (40,000) Amish community in the US. When we meet the first few buggy carts (pulled by a horse) on the streets we know we have arrived.
It's quite late already (7pm), and lots of tourists, so it turns out to be hard to find an accommodation! However, we get lucky: Jeanny chats with ...
We were supposed to leave around 8 last night but Ron called and told JP to wait so that he could fill the last bit of space in the trailer with something from the warehouse. I opted to go sleep in the Kmart parking lot (I was already all unpacked in the truck) but Kmart kicked us out....they used to be truck friendly but now they "have new policies." ...
... old buildings and garages, and the canal itself. Cuyahoga is about half an hour from Cleveland, so we were well placed to drive in to the city to visit the Rock and Roll Music Hall of Fame. It's situated on the harbour side, looking out across Lake Erie, and had Johnny Cash's tour bus parked outside. Laura was practically vibrating with excitement before we'd even gone inside! It's a lovely airy building once inside, and the exhibits were brilliant; there was a ...