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Initially we came to Pittsburgh looking to see the Andy Warhol museum and visit the Carnegie Hall where the last lecture was given... And then we saw the sky and knew we had to find a spot for sunset. The top hit was Mount Washington. Getting there was pretty cool, the mountain side was filled with full house style houses. And freeways through mountains. Once you get to Mount Washington stay on Grandview Ave for the ...
... as the prettiest little village in Pennsylvania. I think we have seen some far prettier places but maybe they did not have village status.
We passed through Armish country and saw a number of horse drawn carriages. The views across the hills and valleys were lovely. Farms dotted the countryside with fields of corn, maize and green paddocks with cows and occasionally some sheep.
Our tour took us to Mt Davis which is the highest point in Pennsylvania. ...
... garage until I got back in my car, I was treated to great views. The stadium sat across the Allegheny River from where I parked so I walked across the Roberto Clemente Memorial Bridge, which they close off from vehicle use on game day. Larger than life statues of Clemente and Willie Stargell were popular photo opportunities. A Honus Wagner statue stood on a pedestal in front of the home ...
... since he had taken financial.
I, of course, ended up going into too much detail on the pros and cons of the matter when all he wanted was a simple yes or no. I still maintain that this is very much an, 'It depends' situation because it all depends on what the teacher or the college choose to emphasize.
When we arrived at the hotel, I exchanged numbers with both of them before getting out. Ben offered to help me get into some of ...
... Tunnel to NJ, and then travelled through NJ and into Pittsburgh, PA (to visit Ed's dad before the holidays). It snowed most of the way, and we had to make one stop for fuel, to let the cat out of his travel bag, and get some food at the Smithfield Diner. Finally, after 9hrs on the road (only supposed to be a 6hr trip) we made it to our father in law's home. The cat is happy healthy and well... and some rest is well deserved. ...
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