The picture below was taken from the 3rd floor balcony cafe. You're looking at a park outside the building, beside an inlet of Lake Erie. At the upper part of the picture is the stone breakwater, and then above that is Lake Erie--as far as the eye could see. I had no idea Lake Erie was so huge. After all, it's only about an inch long on the map of the United States. Be we first saw it in Buffalo, New York, and then followed the shoreline for 250 miles or so, all the way to Cleveland, Ohio. And we still haven't reached the western end.
The next picture is the outside of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; it's a very large museum with 7 floors, and all kinds of memorabilia on display. We saw a dress Tina Turner wore in concert (She's amazingly tiny, BTW; it looked to be about a size 2!) There were suits and guitars that had belonged to Elvis; jackets worn by Michael Jackson and Bruce Springsteen; antique cars from the 40's and 50's--original sheet music and lyrics in many of the musicians own handwriting. If you're a rock'n roll buff, you'd be in heaven.
We were allowed to take pictures in the lobby, and there were cars suspended from the ceiling--really wacky-looking ones! One was covered with tiger skin; one looked to be made of silver. A very bizarre display.
And what can I say; they made me a rock star. (Of course, I'm nothing without my biggest fan, that hubby of mine!)