We all work a lot, and if we aren’t working, we are either running errands, chores around the house, managing children, or sleeping. As summer is rolling to a stop, it helps you realize that you also need to get out and absorb some of the weather before its gone.
Cleveland, OH has so many things to see and do from the rock n roll hall of fame to watching an Indians or Browns game, to all of the surrounding Cleveland area Metroparks. One of my favorite things to do in Cleveland is to check out the architecture.
The era of time that Cleveland was being built is parallel with so much fantastic architecture, from the homes to the downtown area buildings, and even the variety of amazing bridges.
One of my favorite places to go is the Arcade. I try and fall back in time and visualize people strolling through, perhaps appreciating the beautiful detail of ornate metal and glass storefronts or using it as a location for their business.
About 25 minutes South of Cleveland, id the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. I feel this area, while utilized heavily by the people of Northeast Ohio, doesn’t get it’s do justice from out of towners. The rich history, dates as far back to prehistoric. Personally, I spend a lot of time there and am fortunate to live right at the east rim edge.
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