Hyatt Place Pittsburgh/Airport
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Within a day of leaving the Black Hills we had crossed the Missouri River. We swept onto a long causeway almost unexpectedly. It was late in the afternoon, we were in a hurry and there was nowhere to stop and take in the scene. Jo had only a moment to snap a photo from the back of the bike. Despite all this, the event didn't pass without notice. Two days later and 1000 km due east in the state of Iowa, we crossed the Mississippi. We were more than 3000 km from the mouth ...
...was a joy! Got in at midnight and were met at the station by my dear friend and former employee Colin Van Bortel Buckley. In the morning, after a quick visit to the sister location of my perennial favorite Pittsburgh coffee shop 61c (this location is called 61b and both are named for the bus lines that stop out front of the respective cafés), Colin dropped us at Phipps conservatory, where we enjoyed orchids and ...
... Pittsburgh. There are plenty of great restaurants to choose from on top of this former "Coal Hill," and the stunning view of down-town (especially beautiful at night).
Apparently Mt. Washington was ranked by USA Today as the second best beautiful place in America. If you are going you don't ...
... 20 bucks for a sandwich, we followed her to the book, got in a taxi and headed to Jack's in the Southside of Pittsburgh, not before sinking the free shots that she bought us though.
When we got to Jack's we had the pleasure of meeting 3 Canadians, the first so far on the trip. We had an amazing time with them, so glad to finally have something other than American company for the first time since Ozzy Mark, and ...
... recently (despite the fact some of the local bridges are in danger of falling!). It was really good to see Eric - he is enjoying this time of year with his costume creativity.
After saying goodbye to Eric we headed to the vigil Mass at St. John Vianney in Pittsburgh. Its a beautiful old church with a large pipe organ and several rose windows. The homily was excellent as it focused on the crux of the message Jesus is sending ...