The Inn on Negley

703 South Negley Ave., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15232, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the East End area of Pittsburgh, is near Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Museum of Art, Shadyside, and Carnegie Institute.
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    Travel Blogs from Pittsburgh

    Day 7 Singapore - Brisbane

    A travel blog entry by tamas.buell on Aug 07, 2014

    My alarm went off at 6am and I was glad that I arrived home before 10pm last night. I packed my suitcase and caught a cab to the airport. It was now 7am and the city was getting busy as it was the beginning of the morning rush hour.

    I checked into the customs area and I was good to go to my departure gate. The flight was running late and I plenty of time to get some food and drink. The flight to Singapore took about 8 hours
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    Day 6 - Volunteering Day

    A travel blog entry by tamas.buell on Aug 07, 2014

    ... city of Pittsburgh Museum.

    After 3 hours of working we all enjoyed a small meal and a beverage whilst on the
    slow ride to the top of the mountain, it was a great reward for me and i think this will be a great activity for the school group to do as it is hands on and requires some small carpentry skills. The incline rail was built in 1877 and is considered a national ...

    Foods of The Strip with the "art" of Warhol

    A travel blog entry by kristen1982 on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... to join a walking tour which would have been a great way to burn some calories but alas it was a food tour. The Strip District was home to many mills and factories during the 19th century owing to the nearby Allegheny River providing easy access for river transportation of the goods. As such, many immigrants (particularly European) opened restaurants and grocery stores to service those workers. By the the early 20th century, the area was the economic hub of Pittsburgh but ...

    The Adventure Begins

    A travel blog entry by drjohnstanko on Jul 31, 2014

    ... or next year. I must seize the moment now or risk losing the window of opportunity altogether.

    I have longer layovers than usual on this trip and for the first time in a long time, I don't have any big projects to work on. I plan on doing a lot of reading and evaluations of some manuscripts people have sent me. Other than that, this is a trip where I am devoting myself to showing my family a ...

    Day 12 - Departure Home (Pittsburgh)

    A travel blog entry by frauwilkerson on Jul 19, 2014

    ... often adopt yours as my own when they are with me. I cannot imagine my life without them. I think they teach me more than I teach them at times. I am so thankful for all of them in my life. I will add to the blog later when I get more time to reflect, ask the kids for their funny stories, and collect some more pictures to add. Perhaps we can have a post trip reunion to share. But for now, we all need some R & R!! It was truly a beautiful adventure... ...