Tour Guide: Cleveland Rocks!

Lighthouse at Mentor Headlands, just east of Cleveland.

When I moved here is the late 1980’s this town had a bad reputation as one of those “mistake on the lake” rust belt cities.

But, the people of Cleveland and its necklace of suburbs are truly jewels, and they are ready to shine!

From famous chefs to national parks, this town offers something for everyone.  Add to that a reasonable cost of living, a world-class art museum (that’s free!), a top symphony orchestra, and outstanding health care, and you will be hard-pressed to find a better place to raise a family.

Come visit, and see for yourself!

-Jo

WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Tour Guide

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The Cleveland Botanical Garden offers a variety of garden displays, a glasshouse, and fabulous gift shop.
Winter is pleasant if you are looking out at the holiday lights from the windows of Cleveland's Renaissance Hotel
Looking out at Cleveland’s Public Square from the lounge in the historic Renaissance Hotel.
Kendall Ledges is a favorite hiking trail just south of Cleveland in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
The Cuyahoga Valley National Park includes spectacular hiking and biking trails.
Saturday farmers markets are held all over Cleveland in the summer and fall.
It’s easy to find farm fresh foods in Cleveland. We love our farmers markets!
A stylized iron gate welcomes beer lovers to an outdoor patio in the Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland.
Clevelanders also love their beer pubs. You’ll find a multitude of indoor and outdoor experiences in Cleveland’s historic Ohio City neighborhood.
Lighthouse at Mentor Headlands, just east of Cleveland.
Beautiful Lake Erie provides relaxation and recreation to Cleveland locals and visitors.

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