The Parador Inn of Pittsburgh
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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 ...
... with the Ohio, and round the corner the boat then went up the Allegheny.
This city's wealth was built on it's steel industry, so the rivers were very necessary in shipping the cargo.
Today we saw a barge being towed with an unknown cargo, so I'm pleased to see that it still is utilised.
The city is home to a number of sporting teams, including the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The stadiums ...
... the Masai Mara, Mt, Kenya and the Aberdares, as well as Each One Touch One Orphanage, the library I helped found in Banana, and Harvest International Church in Kangemi.
I am off to create family memories that will last a lifetime, but in all probability, my lifetime won't last as long as my niece's or my daughter's. And that is another reason why we must do this now, for I am not ...
... the 1940 National Marble Champion. It was pretty cool. I've never seen anything quite like it.
Some of the parts I liked best include the entirety of the hockey exhibit (which contained not only several surprisingly cute pictures of Mario Lemieux but also one of Sidney Crosby's hockey sticks), the Steelers' most-likely-unofficial mascot (the Terrible Towel), and Pittsburgh's female roller derby team, the Steel City Derby Demons, and their Raging ...
... area with its history being explained; as a strategic point due to the confluence of the three rivers and the transportation links they provided Pittsburgh had been the site of many battles. It then went on to become the largest producer of steel and as a result became a heavily polluted city prior to its regeneration. The tour then entered the rivers to give passengers a better view of the entrance to the city. At the meeting of the rivers we had a great view of the regenerated ...