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Day 16: Traveling. Today Sal Strom and I drove from East Syracuse, NY to Cleveland, OH. It was about 370 miles but took nearly 12 hours due to slow travel on US 20 (lots of little towns, long stretches of low speeds). Rained like crazy until around 11am, just as we arrived in Seneca Falls, NY.
In Seneca Falls, we stopped at the Woman's Rights National Historical Park. Seneca Falls was the genesis of the Woman's Rights movement in the US. The museum in the Park told the story well.
It finally (!) stopped raining completely about 3pm and the sun came out to stay. Yay!
We were welcomed to the downtown area of Cleveland by a giant chandelier hanging over an intersection about 10 blocks from our hotel. Have never seen anything quite like it.
Slow day today. Museums all closed and we're pretty tired. Just hanging out in our giant (free) room at the Hyatt Regency.