Monthly Archives: August 2015

West Side Market

What better way to start your day off in Cleveland than at a truly historical and iconic Ohio landmark, the famous West Side Market. Opened in 1840, West Side Market is Cleveland’s oldest publicly owned market, originally a simple open-air market started by locals Josiah Barber and Richard Lord. This yellow brick market house has…
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Little Italy

End your two-day Cleveland adventure at the very site that Joseph Carabelli created an Italian sculpture, and Italian village, right here in Ohio! The mid-1800s Italian sculptor created granite and marble works at the top of the "hill" on Mayfield Road, and since then the area between that hill and the existing railroads has become…
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MOCA Cleveland

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, or MOCA Cleveland, is Ohio’s only contemporary art institute and was created in 1968. Over the last 45 years, MOCA Cleveland has played an "urgent and exciting role in Cleveland's cultural landscape" and has provided an ever-changing venue for over 2,000 local, regional, and international artists so far!…
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Coventry Village

Coventry Village is the premier location for shopping, dining, and fun-loving hippies in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. This diverse community is full of eclectic eateries and shops that cater to every personality type, both the young and old, the peaceful or the punk! People watching is a highly popular activity in this area, with the opportunity…
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9 Must-See New Orleans Attractions

Next Page For Top 9..                           The Big Easy ranks in the top ten on a lot of travel lists from best foodie destinations to most affordable and beyond. When you're looking at ole New Orleans for a student group trip, graduation celebration,…
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A Christmas Story House and Museum

Don’t miss a chance to stop at this local Ohio gem, the A Christmas Story House and Museum near the heart of downtown Cleveland. This movie madness inspired home has been fully restored to its same exact movie splendor from the 1983 classic holiday film and hosts regular tours and guests visits. A super fan of…
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City Tourism Cards: Are They Worth It?

For most people, vacation is all about the attractions. The more, the merrier. But when you're in huge cities like New York and Los Angeles where a single museum ticket can cost you $20, you often have to make sacrifices and see fewer attractions. That's where city tourism cards come in. If you aren't familiar…
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Exceptional Farmer’s Markets: More than Produce

Some of the most unique experiences you can encounter when traveling involves local people and local foods, so what better way to throw yourself into a city than to visit their weekly farmers market? This list of unique and exceptional farmers markets will take you from one coast to another, stopping for great food, fun,…
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Literary Adventures

The U.S. boasts some of the finest writers who have ever lived, Mark Twain and Ernest Hemingway to name a few. Even if other famous authors didn't live here, chances are they visited and left their mark in bookstores, hotels, and unique sites. Dotted across this beautiful country is the legacy of inspiration, creativity, ingenuity,…
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Keystone Canyon

Along Richardson Highway you can approach beautiful Keystone Canyon, a gorge near Valdez measuring three miles in length and connects the upper and lower valleys of the Lowe River. With an elevation of 307 feet and nearly perfectly perpendicular walls, this destination makes an excellent location to do some serious rock or winter ice climbing! The…
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