RNC Visitors Can't Stop Raving About Cleveland


Visitors from far and wide have spent the week in Cleveland and the resounding verdict is that they freaking love it here. 

It's not like we needed the validation, but it's certainly nice. From the relative bargain-basement prices — "Wait, a pitcher of beer is really $6.50?" — to the landscape of downtown itself to the people, it's all cheers. And, it should be noted, it's not all about the new stuff, the upgrades dotting the city, all in prep for the spotlight (though Public Square has been a star, and rightfully so). 

A few choice cuts from Twitter are below but honestly, every social stream coming out of the 216 is basically a love letter to the city.


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