Radisson Hotel & Suites Cleveland Eastlake

35000 Curtis Boulevard, Eastlake, Ohio, 44095, United States
Radisson Hotel & Suites Cleveland- Eastlake
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best way from CLE to 29010 Cedar Road

by elizchinn

What would be the route or best way to use public transportation from the airport to 29010 Cedar Road? I would be flying in on a weekday.

Re: best way from CLE to 29010 Cedar Road

by bocmaxima

There's only one bus that goes out there, Route 32, and it only goes there on the weekdays. You can take it to University Circle and transfer to the Red Line, which will take you right to the airport.

Re: best way from CLE to 29010 Cedar Road

by elizchinn

Thanks for the prompt reply. Starting from the airport, Would I take a subway first and then a bus? Or the opposite? Would this be the best thing to do, or would a taxi be the best? I also saw a shuttle offered, that states they take people from the airport to their destination. I would be flying in for the day and flying back the same night. I am trying to avoid a car rental.
Thanks for the info.

Re: best way from CLE to 29010 Cedar Road

by bocmaxima

From the airport, yes, you would take the Red Line rapid (not called a "subway" in Cleveland because it's mostly at-grade) to University Circle, then take the #32 bus. The bus terminal is pretty easy to find from the rapid station.
Check the schedules of the bus for your arrival departure time, because you want to make sure that it's running when you need it to be. That trip is going to take well over an hour.
You could take a taxi, but you're going from one side of town to the other, so it's going to be very expensive.
A shuttle won't be much cheaper than a taxi.

Travel Tips for Cleveland

The Christmas Story - (Movie)

by Toughluck

The The Christmas Story where Ralphie wants his Red Rider Range Air Rifle was filmed in Cleveland.
The Christmas Parade took place here on Clevelands Public Square. The department store window is the corner window (Ontario & So. Public Square) of Higbees (well it's now Dillards).

See my Travelogue Take a Walk Around Public Square

The house used in the movie is now accessible to the public. It's in the Tremont Area of Cleveland, just off I-71. The "Christmas Story" Museum is located across the street.
Location: 11th Street & Rowley.
Take I-17 or Jennings Freeway north, exit at 247A (W 14th Street). The 3rd right turn is Rowley. 3 blocks to the end. The movie reflects one of my families tradition (not in the forties, but in the sixties) of going downtown before Christmas to shop and see the Christmas Lights. We arrive downtown about 8 in the morning. It would be still dark. Dad would have rented a day room at the Cleveland Hotel and we'd spend the day, shopping and resting. We'd have dinner on the way home or late at home. The movie the "Christmas Story" reminds me of those days.

The Burning River

by erikatheskysailor

Yeah... our river caught on fire once.

Or so you think: the Cuyahoga river didn't actually burn, people... the oil and garbage covering the surface did. This happened on 22 June 1969. We oft receive mockery by outsiders who are just looking for a reason to tease because they don't like Cleveland, but the river has been greatly improved, and Cleveland is up and coming 'green' city. The river itself still need progress, as do most mjaor Great Lakes area rivers. No one's proud that the conditions on the river were allowed to become so awful, but we are proud of our 'Crooked river' and the role it's played, and continues to, in northeast Ohio and Cleveland. We've preserved it's heritage and are always making the river cleaner. Come see for yourself. ;)

So, now you have the facts straight. ;)

We built this city on rock and roll

by chauncenetta

Cleveland is a music city, featured prominently vis a vis the renowned Cleveland Orchestra or the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.... or music just here, with no fanfare, on any given day or night ..... for example Glenn Schwartz : Plays his guitar like a demon, segues into preaching about Jesus and furiously scolds the "jezebels" in the audience, lives in his van, "coulda been a contender", would leave Clapton in the dust, original member of James Gang years ago, Joe Walsh stops in to jam with him when in town, played with Robert Plant who walked off the stage he was too good, but as his mind went somewhere else and he's insane, perhaps tragically, perhaps not, he just shows up every Thursday night at Hooples. Plays and glares, screams and jumps. Gritty and powerful. Scary. Must see. The ultimate Cleveland experience. No cover.
Sorry no photo of the artist. He would never allow it. Wants to keep his soul. It's all he's got.

Cleveland Browns Football Stadium

by yooperprof

The new Browns stadium is right on the lakeshore and is also conveniently located for the downtown entertainment district, which is within easy walking distance. Also note the convenient light-rail station in the foreground. Good urban planning.

Willard Park

by erikatheskysailor

Williard Park is a very nice downtown park, in the midst of the Civic/Business district, flanked on the North by the lakefront area. It's next to City Hall on Lakeside, and continues to E 9th St. It's mostly wide open green space, and there's not many quiestionable people there, especially during the week days. It's certainly a nice place to spend some time taking in the city, and observe the civic goings-on. There's also a newly remodeled picnic area next to city hall, and it provides a wide-open view of the lakefront. There aren't many events that take place here, and there isn't much public art, except the Free Stamp and a memorial to fireman that fallen in the line of duty. For a downtown park, it has a wide-open feel to it, with excellent views of the city and lakefront. :)


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 Radisson Hotel & Suites Cleveland Eastlake

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Address: 35000 Curtis Boulevard, Eastlake, Ohio, 44095, United States