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Take advantage of the SkyRide bus system to get to the Denver International (DEN) Airport. Taxis and shuttles also offer convenient transportation. Typical flight times are two-and-a-half hours to Cleveland Hopkins International (CLE) Airport. Take the RTA RedLine to get to the Tower City Center, or you can always take advantage of shuttles, taxis and rental cars.
The Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall is something that should be planned well in advance of a visit but well worth the investment of time. For a completely different look at the city, check out the West Side Market, filled with local foods that everyone can enjoy. If you are ready to get outside and enjoy the city, make time for the Emerald Necklace. You can walk, jog or bike your way up the string of parks and garden areas along the 60-mile stretch. Music lovers will not want to miss a tour of the seven floors of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
The Great Lakes region tends to have hot summers with high humidity. On the other hand, the winters are cold and snowy. Cleveland tends to suffer from the lake effect snow, which picks up water vapor from the lake, freezes it and then brings it down onto the city in the form of snow. Springtime comes with the risk of thunderstorms and strong winds.