The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and you’re spending another lunch hour at your desk. It’s time to break free from the keyboard, grab a book and check out one of these outdoor spots.
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12:00 AM EST
May 21, 2010
Cleveland Public Library: Main Library’s Eastman Reading Garden
Trees, flowers and plants provide a lush, secret garden-like atmosphere. Plus, there’s plenty of shade for hot afternoons. 325 Superior Ave.
There’s always something going on from midday musicians to cornhole tournaments, but don’t let the activity deter you. It’s a great spot for some light reading. East 14th Street and Euclid Avenue
Views of the city’s skyline may compete for your attention, but the spacious grassy lawn and Lake Erie breezes will keep you focused. 800 E. Ninth St.
Grab a seat near Rodin’s The Thinker, and enjoy a noon escape at this inviting University Circle spot that doubles as the Cleveland Museum of Art’s front yard. East Boulevard and Euclid Avenue