Extended Stay America - Pittsburgh - Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Korean War memorial and finishing at the Abraham Lincoln memorial. All the architecture and buildings were incredible, such detail and the unique designs were awesome! After such a big day we decided in Chinese for dinner located just across the street and then an early night. Later Gators! LJ ...
... the Juta****urn (?) sisters, Lydia Ko, Katherine Kirk and lastly Lexi Thompson. This girl can rock a golf ball. Her playing partners hit first, then Lexi steps up, comes out of her shoes and knocks it 40 yards past them. All in all a pretty good day. 7 hrs of travel, a full tank of gas 2 $20 turnpike fees and a $20 entry into the practice round. Now I can't wait to see the course this weekend and see how the girls handle ...
Today we did some boring laundry this morning and some cleaning of the camper, then went to the water park and met up with cousins, so excited!
We did the water park for a while, then went back to our camper for a BBQ. We have been trying to explain to our cousins 'why' we would possible go camping for 53 days, it is completely out of ...
... we have already seen so many science museums on this trip. I was excited to go to the zoo because I hadn't been in forever. Every city (almost) has some form of zoo but I didn't think Jordan would want to go. After the Zoo we went to Primanti Brothers (a well known sandwich shop in Pittsburgh) to grab sandwiches for lunch. It was so good. Now we are our way to Shanksville to see the flight 93 ...
... The small roads were quite busy with big trucks which charged along paying no heed to the speed limits. Not a place to go for a quiet leisurely mosey.
Tom was charged with getting us into Pittsburgh without going through a toll. Again he managed well. Came in on SR 22 which joined the I 376. We arrived in Pittsburgh down town about 4 pm. Wes turned off the main street and went looking for somewhere to pull off. By chance he was at the back entrance to a ...