The city of Cleveland is located on southern shore of Lake Erie in the state of Ohio. It is the region of Great Lakes and a collection of buildings. On our visit to Cleveland in the charter bus we really felt a sense of belonging in this place. It is indeed a place of evolving community, vibrant and viable, where we can all belong. It is a great destination for group travel. If you are rendering a charter bus, it is all the more wonderful.
The Charter bus driver was so expert that we didn’t have to ask him to take us here and there. But just gave him the list of places where all we wanted to go. The region has a vibrant arts scene with incredible theatre, a world-renowned orchestra, opera, art museums, independent film and more. It is also a great sports town where their teams play baseball, hockey, football and basketball, all year long. The scenic park systems offer excellent opportunities to bike, hike, kayak, fish, sail and more.
The Cleveland has a number of hotels with almost 4,000 rooms in downtown and nearly 35,000 rooms in the region. We could find the best overnight stay in the hotel. From luxury suites to economy chains and from historic hotels to unique bed and breakfasts, you’ll sleep soundly. Everything that you want, you can choose from the wide choices of menu. From ethnic favorites like pierogi to haute cuisine, Cleveland’s culinary scene is, very delicious.
There is always something is happening in Cleveland. Ethnic festivals, arts parades, concerts and annual activities like Vintage Ohio, Taste of Cleveland and the Cleveland National Air Show, the region is brimming with world-class events.
We took the charter bus to the south of Cleveland for a scenic ride of Amish Country. And we really enjoyed the scenic drive on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad through the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. A sail on the lake or cruise over the river is sure enough to provide panoramic views of the city and sunsets over Lake Erie on the Goodtime III, Majestic and Nautica Queen Dinner cruise ship.
The most amazing part of the charter bus trip was the day we spend in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. You will find here over 50 exhibits, dynamic cinema presentations plus the largest single collection of rock and roll artifacts. We really enjoyed the guided tour through Cleveland city’s beautiful architecture and public art. The city has also got comedy clubs, concert halls and outdoor amphitheaters.
It was the last two days of our charter bus tour that we went into the two amusement parks in the region. The charter bus rental really made it convenient for our visit to some of antique malls like Larchmere, Medina Antique Mall, Lorain Boulevard and much more. I remember, chartering a bus really helped us that we could reach back to hotel safely after our nightclub party. So, if you are planning a trip next time to Cleveland, take the bus charter rental from busneeds.com. It will really help you.