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     Cleveland is a harbinger of the winter.

     In colder months the waterfront city, on the shoreline of Lake Erie, of Cleveland is going to greet you with the full winter experience. At the mouth of the Cuyahoga the climate rapidly turns severe causing heavy snowfalls in late January or early February.

    Despite the weather, your stay in Cleveland will be warm and comfortable with From cheap hotels in Cleveland to luxury offers all are listed at Our listings also include maps, photos and secure forms to book your stay.

    Away from inclement weather, Cleveland is a very outdoorsy city. The city continues to evolve and on its way to improvement, Cleveland has modernized the skyline toward trendy shops and world-class restaurants, while on its edges rock and roll bands eke out a living and the sounds of music and partying can be heard.

     For a dose of true Cleveland you should visit its green suburbia, but if you are more interested in cultural happenings than what happens in suburbia head for the city center. The most vibrant soundtracks of 1940s still gather audiences in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, while America's largest performing center the Playhouse Square Center Theater District hosts the best Broadway shows and rock concerts.

Other attractions include:

- Terminal Tower, once the second tallest building in the world built in 1929

- Old Arcade, built in 1890 by the architect John Eisenmann

- Cleveland Museum of Art offers exhibits on Greek and Roman art to modern collections

- Key Tower, the tallest building in Ohio designed by the architect Cesar Pelli

- The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo has various animals like monkeys, elephants and so on

     Cleveland earned its name after Moses Cleaveland, a surveyor who established the town in 1796. The city stayed small till the Ohio and Erie Canal arrived in 1832. It was after an "a" was dropped by accident in the local newspaper that Cleveland earned its modern name.

    Cleveland expanded on manufacturing with the largest steel mills and law firms hosted in the city. For its business achievements Cleveland earned the name of an Intel "Worldwide Digital Community" that brought more than $12 million to diversify regional technologies and business opportunities.

     Eventually, Cleveland dropped its rough industrial image toward a chic tourist destination with green parks, pulsating life at night and sporting and cultural events attracting visitors during the day.

     Today your holiday in Cleveland features world-class recreational options hotels to book can be found at  

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