Northeast and Maritime Canada 2011 travel blog

Lake Erie at Cleveland, Ohio

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Tim Heading to the Cuyahoga National Park

The Train Station

The Erie and Ohio Canal

Our Scenic Train

Tim and Andrea Enjoying the Ride

A Christmas Tree Farm Near the Farmer's Market

A Nice Waterfall in the Park

We stayed about 25 miles south of Cleveland in a KOA and enjoyed the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Lake Erie. And we had a surprise--no Elvis did not show up--we found the Cuyahoga National Park. The park is a new National Park that extends along the old Erie-Ohio canal system between Akron and Cleveland. We road the scenic train along the park and enjoyed a nice afternoon after the Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame is really great. The displays and music brought back many memories of high school, college and afterwards. One of the best displays was the review of performers who were inducted into the annual Hall of Fame. The video presentation and their best music made it great. If you are ever in Cleveland--don't miss the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. We have been just staying ahead of the heat wave as we travel both east and a little north. Fortunately, the night time temps have dropped to the upper 60's in most places but the humidity can be tough. We will keep going!

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