Cleveland Named One of the "Coolest" Summer Cities



Cleveland is almost as cool as this guy
  • Cleveland is almost as cool as this guy

San Francisco, Honolulu, Denver,....Cleveland? Turns out we are just as "cool" a summer city as these U.S. hot spots, according to AOL Travel. AOL seems to think our lovely city is one of the best places to visit this summer where you won't be melting in ridiculous 100 degree heat. Referencing our usual awesome attractions, such as the Great Lakes Science Center, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Botanical Garden and even the Burning River Fest, as well as our 69.9 degree average summer temperature, Cleveland sounds pretty darn appealing this time of year. Plus, sweating is gross and women don't like it.

Other cities in the "cool" category were Traverse City, Mich., Asheville, N.C., Anchorage, Alaska, Portland, Maine and Missoula, Mont.

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