I stayed in Cleveland, Ohio for about 2 months because I was currently staying with a friend at his house and during that time I would have to say it was the worst of my life. The crime rate is high and horrible and everyday I would hear gunshots in the neighborhood and people fighting one another. Also, the homes are run down and it is just a city that is dominated by violence and poverty. I will always stay away from this place.
To be honest, my whole time spent there was horrible from the violence to seeing nothing but run down homes. It was just a bad experience overall and I see why no one travels there.
I grew up here. It is completely segreated in terms of living. Some areas are really nice and classy while others are barren and proverty filled. Everything seems to have an invisible barrier when it comes to socialization, by that I mean some classes only associate themselves with their own and not too much outside. The weather is primarily cold, so there is not enough sunny days. I think the poor air quality and proverty effects the people too, the poorer physically look un healthier than those who are careful and can afford better care, but I think it depends on ones thinking.
The museums like the Rock and roll hall of fame, Art museum, and Children's Museum.
Everything in Cleveland is terrible. The crime, the roads, the people, the weather. It is the worst place I have ever had the misfortune to live in.
The worst thing is the snow in the winter months and having to deal with all of cold and mess. Everybody is really cranky so you get no friendliness from people. The air quality sucks so you can never take a real breath. Just an awful place.
I have lived in Cleveland, OH for five years now and I enjoy the many attractions there are including sporting events, downtown, variety of food places, and the night scene.
Downtown Cleveland, University Circle, and Little Italy are my top 3 favorite places in Cleveland. The things I do not like about Cleveland are the brutal winters due to the lake effect and crime rate in certain areas.
Cleveland has all the benefits of a big city without the heavy traffic and high prices. There are great sports, art museums, plays, and restaurants.
The east 4th street area and the Flats stand out with great places to eat, drink, and hang out.
I love the city i live in because of the people and the schools system are good for my children.
My city have the rock&roll hall of fame and tower city. Also we have lake erie where i go fishing.
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