Econo Lodge Coliseum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... weekend home be located with this view in mind. Much to their surprise, Wright designed the house to rise above the waterfall, rather than face it. After a few changes, Kaufmann Sr. said "let construction begin". It was completed with a guest and service wing in 1939.
Fallingwater was constructed of sandstone quarried on the property and built by local craftsman. This stone serves to separate concrete "trays" that dramatically cantilever over the stream. ...
... Blue grass that was now emerald green and trees that were shedding their blossoms allowing the leaves to burst through.
It was Easter Sunday, the roads were relatively quiet and the only places open for food were along the highways. Cracker Barrel overflowed with cars, everyone was dressed in their Easter bonnets and their best clothes lined up for the brunch specials. Even the rocking chairs were covered in yellow bows, ...
... anywhere. We made our way across the Ohio River into Wheeling, WVa and after that things got interesting. Most of the roads were well marked with curve, chevron signs and speed limits posted for the up coming turns. There was one particular hairpin just outside of a medium sized town that almost ended the trip on the day it started. I even spoke with another rider from Canada days later and he knew of the exact turn I was speaking about. It ...
We spent our first night at the Holiday Inn Express in Belle Vernon, across from Hoss's.
We started the next day with an early morning breakfast at Eat'nPark with our PA friends. After breakfast, we went to see my Dad and grand parents' graves, and then we hit the road.
For the first part of our trip, we took the back roads through Mt Pleasant, Donegal, and more. At Breezewood we got on to the turnpike for the rest of the ride.
First, the answer to last entries quiz is: horse drawn Amish wagons. The pavement depression is a rut from the horse hooves, the lighter lines on either side from the steel wheels. Quite common, including potholes from the horses. I have been passing through a lot of Amish county, including sharing the rails trails with them. They do not wish to have pictures taken of them or their places so ...