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GREAT LAKES OF NORTH AMERICA
OHIO
DON’T MISS
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Heritage Center in Berlin.
KELLEYS ISLAND
the wicked new Diamondback Next stop is Columbus,
MARBLEHEAD
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newly-formed professional
league. At the Pro Football Hall
of Fame, you can throw a ball
● Longaberger makes baskets, so even their
Columbus Statehouse
and watch great moments on
seven-storey HQ in Dresden looks like a giant STATE
hand-woven basket! Book up for the ‘Make a
SECRETS
video. But don’t miss the Canton
Basket’ scheme or play golf on the company’s Classic Car Museum, with its rare
course, rated in the top 100 in the USA.
1901 curved-dash Oldsmobile
● Johnny Appleseed was a real person – John
and 1959 Cadillac Eldorado
Chapman. Remembered at the Johnny Appleseed
Biarritz.
Heritage Center in Ashland, this horticulturist and early
Of course, what every car
environmentalist took the apple west across the USA.
needs is tyres – welcome to
● Bowling Green is the home of Snook’s Dream Cars. Dating
Akron, and the Goodyear
from the 1930s to the 1960s, the cars are all in working World of Rubber Museum. It
condition, and housed in a replica 1940s Texaco station.
was Charles Goodyear who
accidentally invented the
vulcanised rubber needed to
make hard-wearing tyres and
his story is told here, from a
reproduction of his workshop
to a moon buggy and even an
artifi cial heart.
Return to Cleveland.
GETTING THERE
Flights from the UK to Cleveland
include –
From London
Gatwick: Continental
Airlines offers seasonal
fl ights.
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Beautiful inbound feeder fl ights.
lakeside Ohio
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