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Jacques Villeneuve, 1995 Medic Drug Grand Prix of Cleveland
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• Comfort Inn - Downtown, 1800 Euclid Ave, 216 861-0001. Centrally located off of I-90 in downtown Cleveland - just walking distance to the Theatre District (Playhouse Square), Jacob's Field, and Cleveland State University. The Flats Entertainment District is nearby, plus, plenty of shopping and restaurants.
• Hampton Inn-Downtown, 1460 East 9th St, 216 241-6600, fax 216 241-8811. Located in the heart of the financial district (E. Ninth Street & Superior Avenue) and midway between More...
• Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, CLE. Cleveland's main airport is located on the west side of the city. The airport is served by most of the major domestic airlines, and it is one of Continental Airlines' three hubs as well. The RTA Red Line Rapid Transit (see, below) provides frequent and fast rail service from inside the airport to the heart of downtown in roughly 22 minutes for $1.50.
• Burke Lakefront Airport. A small airport right on the shore of Lake Erie that handles More...
A wide variety of activities await you in Northeast Ohio. Whether you are looking for outdoor fun, culture, the fine arts, history, sports, shopping, clubbing and dining - Cleveland ROCKS!
Enjoy a game with the world's best sports fans. Cleveland is home to the longest span of sold out baseball games (5 consecutive seasons in the late 1990s), the largest major league baseball attendance (72,086 on 8/9/1981) and the birthplace of Monday Night Football (9/21/1970). But given its storied sports past coupled with its weathered but More...
Cleveland is a beautiful, vibrant city on the shores of Lake Erie in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA. Recreational, cultural and educational opportunities are abundant throughout Northeast Ohio. You'll find world-class museums and cultural events, exciting professional sports and amusement parks, and the most golf courses per capita in the United States. Places Rated Almanac ranks the area second in More...
Akron was formerly known as the "Rubber capital of the World", and before that, as the original home of Quaker Oats, and before that, as a pottery works. Built right on the edge of the Connecticut Western Reserve, Akron really grew by selling gravity. It happens to be right on the shortest possible line drawn between the Cuyahoga River (connecting to Lake Erie), and the Tuscarawas River (connecting to the Ohio River and ultimately to the Gulf of Mexico.) The Ohio & Erie Canal (which can be seen downtown and throughout the Cuyahoga Valley National Park) More...
Something non-locals don't often realize is that Cleveland's long history of industrial wealth has left it chock full of cultural riches as well as the beginnings of a "sustainable city" movement. For decades, the city has boasted of:
• a "Big Five" orchestra (The Cleveland Orchestra ),
• the second largest performing arts center in the U.S. (Playhouse Square Center ),
• a world-renowned art museum (The Cleveland Museum of Art ),
• the nation's More...