Cleveland Day 2

Cleveland Day 2 was awesome and filled with so much fun eats and wandering around. 

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We started the day at Jack Flaps which was SO good! Breakfast is my favorite and their pancakes did not disappoint. 

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After a really filling breakfast we took a nice drive over to the River and Paddle boarded with Cleveland Metroparks. I had no idea I was going to end up in Cleveland and Paddle board but it was so much fun and also relaxing and we had a blast. It was a really good way to see a different side of the city and also get a tan ;)

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Then we headed over to Cleveland's oldest family owned restaurant Sokolowski’s. I would call it a hole in the wall but it is way too well known to be considered that. It is really homey and had so much history hung up on the walls and I really appreciated that. It’s set up cafeteria style and you can get WAY too much food for such a good price. I loved the vibe and all of the history that the restaurant held. 

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After lunch we headed to the Christmas Story House Tour which I wasn’t really sure about (I really like to stray away from touristy kind of things) but y’all I had a blast! Actually! I grew up watching the Christmas Story and it holds a dear place in my childhood and it was so much fun to be able to walk through the house and see where they shot some of my favorite scenes from the movie. 

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I even got a little crazy and put the soap in my mouth just like Ralphie did :) 

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We ended the night with dinner at Bar Cento and stopping by to see the Cleveland sign that overlooks the whole city for good views and photos. Day two was a blast. 

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Can't wait to show y'all more of this cute city! 

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