Noticed that the West Side Market is no longer listed under attractions ("things to do") in Cleveland. Instead, it has been relegated to only "Shopping."
The West Side Market is one of the nation's top public indoor markets and consistently has been ranked by TA reviewers as one of Cleveland's top attractions.
Similarly, the Pike Place Market no longer is listed under attractions in Seattle and also is relegated to just shopping.
Why the change? Is it intentional? If intentional, this is a very poor decision as it greatly increases the likelihood of visitors missing excellent attractions when visiting these two, and perhaps other, cities.