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Travel Blogs from Butler
... and monitors in the general store. Can you see my chest starting to puff up? When we got here we found out that Ranger Brown has been off with a severe case of bronchitis for weeks and no one is sure when he will be able to return to work. Also the IT department has not approved the installation of the cameras. Imagine - 500 miles from nowhere and they have an IT department. Anyway, we are working in the general store with ...
... which I had heard about on Man vs. Food and was known for having stuffed sandwiches (fries and slaw are on the sandwich with whatever you order). It was a really hot day out so having a cold beer and a stuffed sandwich was pretty friggen good. We then went to the Carnegie Science Center which had some amazing views of the tip of the city as well as allowed us to walk around on a former WWII ...
... tartan, calling themselves the tilted kilt yet advertising themselves as an Irish bar (seriously, hardly anybody can distinguish between the 2 out here) it was actually quite a cool place. As with everywhere in Pittsburgh, it was a sports bar, smack bang in the middle of Heinz field (Steelers football) and PNC stadium (Pirates baseball) and followed the good old American tradition of having nothing but scantily ...
... see Geno's warm up routine, which is a total shame because he's... flexible (Auntie, think Puffer)) and the one goal the Pens did score during the second period took place on the other side of the rink.
The girls I sat next to during the game were really nice (even though there was a Rangers fan on my other side *hiss*). One of them spilled her drink all over my shoes before the game began, which did make it a bit slippery. ...
... a little while, but not knowing where to go, we see nothing interesting and so we head back to the Toll Road. We take a ticket (WE ARE EXPERTS NOW) and keep moving on.
We stop at a couple of Service Plazas and finally make our way to Ohio. Before leaving Indiana, we have to pay the ticket at the toll booth. When we enter Ohio, we then have to pay an initial toll there too. Sometime we see it called a Turnpike (Ohio Turnpike). ...
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