qualster wrote:angioletto wrote:qualster wrote:hotdoglaw wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysmLA5TqbIY
I think these should provide a clear picture of Cleveland
Oh my gosh. That was something else.
"Come and look at both of our buildings......"
I really love those videos. Very funny.
I don't really know how to describe Cleveland as far as how "fun" it is because I don't know anything else. I've been in this area my whole life. There are good restaurants. There is the Rock Hall and the Great Lakes Science Center. There are museums, bars, zoos, malls, movie theaters. I'm not sure what certain people are looking for in a city or the areas around it but if you can live with the cold and the snow I do think Cleveland can be a very fun place to live. We do have Lake Erie (which yeah, isn't the cleanest lake in the world, but it can be fun when the Tall Ships come into town or to go to Edgewater to watch 4th of July fireworks).
There are also things you can do a few hours from here on weekends, like taking a ferry to Put-in-Bay, driving up to Cedar Point, going to Amish country. Of course, those are limited to the warmer months. There are ski resorts for winter if you enjoy skiing. About 40 minute South of Cleveland you can find some great county fairs in the summer. (Medina, Wayne, etc)
That's what I know about Cleveland. I don't think any of it makes it a particularly spectacular city, but it certainly isn't totally void of fun.
I'm sure it's a cool city. The lake is a huge bonus. How does it compare to Cincinnati?
No idea. I've never been to Cincinnati.