Stone Gables Bed and Breakfast

3806 Franklin Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio, 44113, United States
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going to cleveland next weekend

by phil1340

I going to cleveland next weekend with my wife and 14 year old step daughter I want to go to rock and roll hall of fame anyone sugest what other things we could do while there and somehere to stay that be near some resturants and is safe.

Re: going to cleveland next weekend

by bocmaxima

For lodging, it's best to stay Downtown. It depends on your price range, but most is $100+. There are quite a few restaurants Downtown and in the Warehouse District that stay open after business hours.
This time of year isn't great because it's still so cold and snowy. You can hit the museums in University Circle, and maybe some shopping if you're interested in that. There's also Little Italy.
hth

Re: going to cleveland next weekend

by imhappy

We are Quality Inn Conference Center in Akron, Ohio near Cleveland. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is great, you will enjoy it. Our hotel is located 40 minutes from there. If you can't find any place near there, I'm not sure when you are going there (what date) but if you can't find a place at a good rate give me a call and we'll see what we can do for you here. You may want to stay with us, visit the Rock Hall of Fame, then visit some interesting placces in this area or along the way. Our web site with a list of miles to exciting places qualityinnakron.com or call us at 330-644-7126. You can receive a discount with AAA or Senior rate although you don't sound like a senior :)
GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Re: going to cleveland next weekend

by timmy1975

On Friday or Saturday the West Side Market (W. 25th and Lorain) is a must see. There is food inside and some great restaurants nearby (Great Lakes Brewery, Flying Fig, Cento, Light Bistro, Villa y Zapata, Nate's Deli, Phnom Penh, to name a few.)

If the 14 year-old likes shoping and art, she may want to see the Tremont neighborhood. Only a short cab ride across the river, Tremont has first class eatery's, gallerys and boutiques.

The historic Rennaissance Cleveland has a beautiful lobby and is located in the center of downtown. You can access an indoor mall and the local rail (which services the West Side Market after a breathtaking run over the Cuyahoga River) without stepping outside. It is also close to many restaurants.

Downtown, the recently revamped East 4th Street between Euclid and Prospect and the rennovated Old Arcade are worth checking out for things to do (food and fun.)

The Lakeside Holiday Inn is close to the Rock Hall and Science Center and has some great lake views. It also has a pool, but is far (one flat 1 mile) from the rest of the attractions.

Travel Tips for Cleveland

A city to visit by car

by GUYON

Visit the city by car.
It is easy to drive : the streets are perpendicular. But there are not free parkings in the center. We were on Lakeside Avenue. It is a rather a desert area during the week end because it is a business district.
The restaurants are closed. The Galleria (mall) opens late. And it is certainly not the best place to see the Erie Lake.

CLICK TO ENLARGE.

Autumn Leaves.

by erikatheskysailor

During Autumn, if you are an enthusiast about fall foliage colors, going to gaze at the trees in any of the Cleveland Metroparks reservations is a must-do! Even if you don't particularly seek places for leaf colors, if you're here you might as well, too. Early in Autumn you'll see a spectacular multitude of colors and have access to many scenic overlooks.

http://www.clemetparks.com/

Kite Flying.

by erikatheskysailor

Flying of kites at Edgewater Park is quite popular. On a warm day, you'll see a fair number of people flying various kites... The shore-side location and fresh lake breezes make it one the most popular locations for kite flying in Northeast Ohio.

...Might be something fun to do yourself, but you must bring your own kite. Even if you don't go to fly kites, watching is a treat. :)

Heritage Park

by Herkbert

Located inside Progressive Field, Heritage Park is the Indians tribute to players of the past. You can find it out in left field near gate A. A walk through the two levels of the park will bring back memories of some of the best players to have played for the Indians.

Be sure to read the plaques to find out some interesting facts about some of the players.

Clifton Blvd.

by Vulpster03

There is an eclectic mix of retail and restaurants on Clifton Blvd. very near Lakewood worth checking out sometime. It is in a very attractive Cleveland neighborhood, and also very safe. The scene is kind of funky, so it is something different, and not that many people know about it.

A large 24hr restaurant called Gold Coast Cafe has an interesting decor, and excellent pizzas and desserts. Papa Nick's is known for their pizza and pasta, and Tick Tock Tavern is known for its ribs. It's It Deli and Cafe is a typical Cleveland deli. In fact all these restaurants are pretty average, typical places. What's great is that they are not chains, and they are pretty inexpensive. Probably the best restaurant is the Diner on Clifton across the street from the ones mentioned. It is a tiny, but very trendy little place on the corner. It reminds me of a type of place you might find in California.

Besides restaurants, just a few doors down is an interesting boutique vintage store that sells all kinds of funky vintage goods from furniture to clothing called Flower Child (this store is done really well- highly recommended). A fun gift shop called Clifton Web is next door too. There is a nice Starbucks across the street with a patio in the front.

There is a place that's pretty new called Twist - a gay club - between Starbucks and the Diner on Clifton. I've never been there, and don't intend to either, but it looks really cool and very trendy. In the summer the front windows are openned on what looks like a retractable garage door, and the club is completely open to the sidewalk where there are tables and chairs.

This district is at the intersection of Clifton and W.117th. To reach the neighborhood you can either take the Shoreway (Rt. 2) West from downtown (it turns into Clifton Avenue), or get off at the W.117th exit from I-90 and head North to Clifton. If you are coming in town, and think you might want to stay here, there is a Day's Inn in Lakewood within walking distance.

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 Stone Gables Bed and Breakfast

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Address: 3806 Franklin Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio, 44113, United States