For my very first National Park review, I started with one from home. Cuyahoga Valley National Park is located in Northern Ohio near Cleveland. It is a beautiful park to visit for hikes, biking, and family fun. I have been to several of United States National Parks, so I do have a little bit of information that I can compare with as far as which National Parks are the best and why. There is a bit of background information required. I went to the park on February 22, 2018. I went to the park for 1 day (about 5 hours). The temperature was between 30-40 degrees Fahrenheit and it was very rainy the entire day. It had also been rainy that entire week so trails were muddy and the water was flowing & high. I want to dig right into some tips for the park, some information that might be useful to you, and the trails that I hiked:
If you’re looking for a fun place to stay while vacationing near Sandusky, look no further than Kalahari Resorts. Kalahari Resorts and conventions, America’s largest indoor water parks, resorts & convention centers, is a great place for family-friendly fun, a holiday party, a birthday bash, or a business meeting. Kalahari offers an indoor water park, outdoor water park, almost 900 hotel rooms, a convention center so big that it took me almost 6 months of working in it that I didn’t get lost just walking through it, an arcade with activities including mini bowling, laser tag, & more, a serene spa, and all sorts of restaurant, bar, and retail options. Considering I have worked at Kalahari, I may be a little biased; however, I also know lots of tips and secrets and would recommend coming to Kalahari for a vacation to anyone I know!
I've worked as a waitress/bartender for 4 years straight now and I've wanted to share this post for awhile but wasn't sure it was related to travel enough. However, I think it's important for foreigner and non-foreigners alike to know how the restaurant business works considering on your travels (if your a foodie and spirit lover like me) you'll be dining out at least a few times. I've worked in corporate restaurants, dive bars, fine dining, resort restaurants, banquet service, and a bar that literally serves drinks at $30 per drink, so I'm certainly used to a variety of customers. One thing that doesn't change is the way the service industry works.