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  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Tower City Center, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    I see now some images of the interior of the tower (as in tower city center). I think I would like a tad more info in the description? However, it is good. I really like the images/captions.

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Terminal Tower, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    really enjoyed reading some additional info on the tower. Great images. I would like to see some historical photos of the interior.

  • I thought this site to be unique to research. Overall, a good read. It got me thinking a lot about the Veterans Memorial Bridge and the tunnels underneath…wondering if there was room to incorporate info on […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Mather Mansion, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    I really enjoyed learning more extensively about the Mather. I had no idea or have not seen any pics of the gardens behind it. You chose wonderful images. You included good detail. I would definitely enjoy […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Tudor Arms Hotel , on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    I love the interior images. Informative, and a good read. I was pretty unaware of the Tudor Arms Hotel and its history. I would love to visit it.

  • Overall, this is good. Possibly a little more specific? I think the images are great.

  • cciullafaup wrote a new post, Viktor Schreckengost, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    ThumbnailViktor Schreckengost began his career as an industrial designer in 1930.  He was born June 26, 1906, in the town of Sebring, Ohio.  Schreckengost grew up to attend what was then known as the Cleveland School of […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, The Powerhouse, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    Fantastic detail. Well written. Terrific images, including the image of the design and model. Personally, i love the picture of the West Bank 1979 perspective. I’ve always loved the area.

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Nela Park, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    This piece is well thought out. The description read is informative and organized. You provided some interesting facts, for example, the time capsule. That is a very neat tidbit. The images are all great. […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, The Glidden House, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    i think this is very informative. i love the glidden house. i’ve hung out there for cma work functions. it’s been years since i’ve been there. the basement bar is quite fun/unique. i did not realize that sergios […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Cleveland State University , on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    i agree with comment above. i was unaware of a lot of the information that you provided. i do feel that there could be some room for expansion…for example about refurbishing the mansions–for what […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, The Cleveland Arena, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    the comment above asks a couple of good questions. it is fun learning about the arena. the old postcard pic of it, i like a lot. it reminds me of the greyhound station downtown. i was wondering if you could […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Nick Mileti, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    I did not know the history behind Mileti. I was unaware of him taking the cavs to richfield. Overall, i think the main description is informative. I enjoyed learning the link to 1100am, as i tend to listen to […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Cleveland Play House, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    I would consider changing the order of the images…maybe ending with the change. i love the playhouse at e.86th (as i’ve seen numerous plays there). i was unaware of the numerous homes for it. is the playhouse […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Hippodrome, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    Whoa! what a huge place! You incorporated some real interesting information about the Hipp, and images. The info about the animals/aquatic tank, is unbelievable. Strange times, really. Again, devesating that […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Colonial Theater, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    Again, another site that i was unaware of. As i am so familiar with downtown, it is so remarkable to think that such a pretty theatre was once again, demolished. The location was a good one being at Superior and […]

  • cciullafaup commented on the post, Euclid Avenue Opera House, on the site U.S. Tourism 3 years ago

    I enjoyed reading about the Euclid Ave. Opera house, as i had not known anything about it prior. It is always sad to me that many magnificent historical buildings in cities are forgotten, demolished, etc. You […]

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    The Cleveland Institute of Art was first established as The Cleveland School of Arts in 1882.  The art institute is located in in Cleveland’s University Circle, which is a major cultural center.  The […]

  • Over the years, tourism and tourist attractions of Gettysburg have grown. These changes created various communities of people who are enthusiasts of all things Gettysburg. Referred to as image tribes, these […]

  • Intersection and Divide in Monterey

     

    Although a connection between the fishing industry and tourism industry, their intersection has resulted in great divides.  These two industries have coexisted and […]

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