We spent a couple of days in Cleveland, Ohio, which we didn;'t know much about but is actually quite a bustling place. Its main attraction is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame museum, which is huge and contains tonnes of memorabilia and information about bands and singers who've been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - the Beatles, Rolling Stones, the Who, Fleetwood Mac, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, etc. There was loads to look at, watch and read so we spent a good three hours in here without really realising - definitely worth seeing. We also visited the Science Museum, which wasn't massive but had a NASA exhibition (a large number of astronauts, including Neil Armstrong, are from Ohio) and a biomedicine exhibition that was also intersting. A floor up, there were a number of 'hands-on' Sciencey experiments, probably designed more for kids but kept us busy for a long while! Annoyingly Kirsty beat me by 1/100th of a second on the reaction timer, which I wasn't very happy about! I also had the best meal of the trip so far in Cleveland - a fantastic prime rib steak in a place called the Chocolate Bar, where Kirsty also discovered chocolate orange martinis - her new favourite drink!