The main reason we stopped at the Elk's Lodge in Ashtabula was so we could drive back into Cleveland, OH to visit the Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame. It has been on my 'bucket list' for a couple of decades at least. We left Ashtabula in the VW about 9:30 am figuring it would take a good hour to arrive at our destination, and we arrived exactly at 10:30 am.....we had purchased our tickets online the night before to save $3/person. The Hall of Fame is right off SR-2 at the 9th street exit.....literally. We snagged the last street parking spot right across the street, and quickly inserted 9 quarters for 3 hours with the possibility of throwing in 3 more quarters for a fourth hour if we needed it.
TLE and I spent almost 3 hours walking through the various exhibits, and took over 100 pictures during that time. As you walk from exhibit to exhibit there is non-stop music playing. At each exhibit you can put on head phones and listen to the artist associated with that particular exhibit. We were mesmerized......I think 90 minutes had passed by and we were still in the Rolling Stones section......there is so much to see it could take 3, or 4 posts to verbally cover it all, so I will let the pictures tell the story.......
......it was a wonderful day which took me back to my youth, and I am still basking in the glow of the experience. Were the 60's really that long ago? If you are a fan of Rock 'N Roll plan on visiting the Hall of Fame.....it will be worth your while.
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