Knights Inn Sandusky

2405 Cleveland Rd., Sandusky, Ohio, 44870, United States
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transportation from the Greyhound station on Chester Street

by zysmom

What is the best way to get from the Greyhound station to Tower City. Is there public transportation? Are there taxis at the bus station?

Thanks for your help

Re: transportation from the Greyhound station on Chester Street

by bocmaxima
Looks like you can take the 7, 9 or 32 (called "X" now, but that will be gone in a couple of days) to Tower City. The buses actually alight on Prospect Street, kind of behind Tower City, but the rail entrance is right there.
There should be taxis at Greyhound though. It depends on when exactly you're arriving. But it's not that far of a walk even, let alone a bus ride, unless you have lots of luggage, of course.

Travel Tips for Cleveland

Always Be Prepared for Winter

by TravelinMissy

Because the weather in Cleveland & especially suburbs east of Cleveland can go from rain to snow in a matter of minutes always have winter gear on you if you plan on traveling anytime October or later.

East Cleveland including the suburbs & outlying towns of Chesterland, Mentor, Mentor-on-the-Lake, Eastlake & Chardon get a ton of snow!

Always be prepared with a snow shovel, windshield de-icer & ice/snow scrapers because you're gonna need it.

"Lake effect" storms, as they are called, occur when icy cold air blows eastward, picking up warmer water in the Great Lakes and dropping it as snow. OHIO/NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA SNOWFALL (INCHES): AVERAGE
CLEVELAND .......................... 63.3 COLUMBUS ........................... 29.2 DAYTON ............................. 29.3 MANSFIELD .......................... 45.4 TOLEDO ............................. 37.6 YOUNGSTOWN ......................... 55.0
ERIE PA ............................ 88.0

Cleveland City Hall (1916)

by yooperprof

As part of Daniel Burnham's master plan for Cleveland, it was decided to build a new City Hall in a grand location overlooking Lake Erie. Architect J. Milton Dyer conceived an impressive Beaux Arts temple with detailing reminiscent of Grand Central Station in New York City. Be sure to check out the central lobby!

Jazz and all that jazz

by chauncenetta

Jazz is serious here. There's a place: The Bop Stop. Feature local artists and prominent guests. It's a bar. They won't allow you to talk there. If you talk while jazz is in motion you get shushed. It's a humiliating experience.
Extreme skill & talent there though. Jazz artists are a different breed is all I can say.
Also, 90.3 WCPN .... Cleveland Public Radio ... featues a great music department, entertaining and informative.

Gravity Games

by CoAir13

For the third year in a row, Cleveland will host the Gravity Games. In September, more than 200 of the world's best professional action sports athletes compete in Bike, freestyle motorcross, skateboarding, wakeboarding, and inline. There is an interactive festival village featuring demo's, sports equipment and fashion, concerts by today's top bands (last year, Jane's Addiction played!!), and athlete autograph sessions. The stands for these events fill up very quickly. They are open during practice, though. The venue is right on the lakefront behind the Rock-n-Roll hall of Fame and Great Lakes Science Center . Climb the rock wall, take a spin in the orbitron, and take a crack at the BMX dirt track.....bring your rollerblades and tryout the mini-ramps. You are allowed to bring your own bottled water. Must be store bought and sealed. Bring a towel or blanket to relax on the grass and plenty of sunblock if you are spending the day. Tickets last year and the year before were $12....which includes that days concerts.

Geauga County

by el_ruso

This county is located just east of Cleveland. It is still thinly populated and retains its rural feel.

The main attractions are the Sea World/ Six Flags, Chagrin Falls - a quaint little town with rather small but scenic falls. The landscape is very beautiful and hilly - take a drive along Mayfield road east and enjoy the scenery!


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 Knights Inn Sandusky

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Address: 2405 Cleveland Rd., Sandusky, Ohio, 44870, United States