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Visiting The Amish in Ohio

by SarahRouth April - last edited April

Visiting the Amish in OhioHead south from Cleveland to Holmes County and watch as the rural landscape transforms in a process that feels more like time-travel than driving. Flat farmland gives way to rolling hills covered in a patchwork of fields and pastures and white wooden fences. Amish Country offers visitors a taste of a simpler life.

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Cleveland Sports: Lake Erie Surfers

by SarahRouth January - last edited January

Cleveland Sports | Lake Erie SurfersSurfing Lake Erie isn’t as unlikely as it sounds. In fact, some people think die-hards have been catching waves along the North Coast for as much as half a century. 

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Cleveland Whiskey: Urban Distilleries

by SarahRouth January - last edited January

Cleveland Whiskey | Urban DistilleriesThere’s the traditional way to make bourbon and then there’s the Cleveland way. The Cleveland way speeds things up, more than a little. Instead of waiting for years, the folks at Cleveland Whiskey move their bourbon from barrel to bottle in about a week.

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The Forest City: A Beginner's Cleveland Guide

by SarahRouth December - last edited December

A Beginner's Cleveland Guide | MOCA

In July 1796, General Moses Cleaveland decided this spot where the Cuyahoga River meets Lake Erie was prime real estate. Today, Cleveland is more blue-collar than blueblood, but the once-mighty manufacturing centre is in the middle of its own version of the rustbelt renaissance. Take a look at our Cleveland guide for the top city spots for first-time visitors.

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