Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Baedeker: Cleveland . . . Again

I was in Cleveland this past weekend. Yes, I missed all the fun stuff here this weekend. But I had fun too although I never did see Edro Edro. I had two chances to photograph some of Cleveland. Saturday late morning I walked around downtown and the Warehouse District. And then on Sunday I took in the Indians vs. Twins game at Progressive Field before driving home.

Author's Note: Baedeker was a German-based travel guide begun in 1827 by Karl Baedeker. These comprehensive guides were hugely popular in Europe, the United States, and throughout the British Empire. I have adopted the moniker for all my travel pieces beyond Cincinnati. Given its German history and stately influence, I thought it fitting for the Queen City.

1 comment:

5chw4r7z said...

It will always be the Jac to me.
When we lived in Youngstown we'd 5 or so games a year. Saw Thome hit a line drive into the upper bleachers once, no arc at all, straight in.
I love Jacobs Field.

We used to hang out in the Warehouse District all the time too.
Are Cafe Devine and Blue Point Grill still there?