Hampton Inn Belle Vernon
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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.
Aug 25-28 JNM (Sam in NY with Tony camping) Enjoyed our 3 night stay at Kate and Nik's: 5131 Penn Ave. Reminded us of the apt building in Alex. We did the Duck Tour, saw a lot of sights, Squirrel Hill walk around, bought teas, watched RedBox movies, and Highland Park. Not impressed with the slum feeling. Took 4 hours without traffic. Felt rested, enjoyed Maddie with us, and good to be ...
... map, plus the ride info, we set off walking. Over one of the bridges the Smithfield Street bridge, to the other side of the river. Unfortunately the 1.30pm trip was booked out and the next was 3pm. No we didn't want to wait that long in the heat.
I spied some water boats and decided this would be a good way to see part of the city. so bought tickets and boarded a few minutes before the 2pm. sailing.
We were informed that Pittsburgh has ...
I'm working on developing systems for traveling, sleeping, museum-hopping, exercising... it seems best to drive during the day and on back roads so I can maximize sight-seeing opportunities... it also turns out to be the safest way to go, so it's a double win.
Opting for the back roads, I stayed on Route 30 heading across ...
... will have to come see the niceness for yourself. Rolling hills of farm and woosland, all the buildings are white. The women are always in dresses, the men in dark or light clothing, full beards and straw hats. The wagons are more like buggies, the farm equipment all low tech and horse drawn. Many of the houses advertise for baked goods, shoes and clothing, or wagon construction. My route ...