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Fall Foliage, Day 18 - Cleveland Heights, Ohio

While Chrisitan was sleeping in to recover from the last two days driving, I worked on some video editing/blog post writing. Once he was awake and Luke was done with his rounds, we (and Tara) headed to Melt Bar and Grilled for lunch.

Their concept is to do crazy grilled cheese sandwiches, and they definitely have some crazy choices. Normally I’m a grilled cheese purist (i.e. just bread and cheese, no meat/veggies/etc.), but I was willing to make an exception for these beauties.

Tofu "wings" appetizer - these were good for fried tofu but terrible for wings.Tofu "wings" appetizer - these were good for fried tofu but terrible for wings.

My chicken & waffle grilled cheeseMy chicken & waffle grilled cheese

Christian's vegan Purple Parma (eggplant parmesan)Christian's vegan Purple Parma (eggplant parmesan)

I'm tempted to leave this one upside-down.I'm tempted to leave this one upside-down.

Then we went back to Luke’s house and used their wifi. Meanwhile Tara was practicing suturing (and making some delicious tea) and one of his roommates was in and out for case study discussions. I felt like I was in an episode of House - it was pretty cool.

Future doctors.Future doctors.

After a little work time getting our Pinterest account set up (and installing Sims 3 on my Mac!) we were able to squeeze in some quality board game time, playing Ticket to Ride.

Tara wins!Tara wins!

One of the parts of the game that took the longest was actually figuring out who got to go first, which is based on who has been to the most countries. Just because I found it fascinating, here’s a table of the various countries that we’ve been to - or at least were old enough to remember visiting. Luke and I tied for the most visited (18 countries), but while Luke visited more of Europe, Christian and I visited more of Asia. The real lesson here is that we were incredibly lucky to have the travel opportunities that we’ve had so far!

A little more work time, then we headed back home.’


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