Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Greentree
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Pittsburgh/Greentree
Clean, friendly staff, good breakfast
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Today was a big and busy day. We looked at almost everything you could possible. We walked around the city, visiting the White House, treasury department, museum of American History, Holocaust museum, Washington memorial, Jefferson memorial (which we paddle boated to), Martin Luther King jr memorial ...
I left this morning at first light, destination Lancaster, PA for the Monday practice round of the LPGA US Women's Open. Rachel gave me a hall pass to go walk and watch a major practice preparation. I knew I could get tickets at the country club, problem, I couldn't park there. Had to do a drive by to find out where I park so that I could get shuttled to the course. Took me 3 1/2 hours to drive from the Pittsburgh burb ...
... house. I remember Viv asking me, 'what about the rain? How was that for you????" The rain is actually amazing in a camper, if you've never experienced it, you should. The soft patter of raindrops on the camper can put the most stubborn non-sleeper to sleep.
In fact, Camren said our camper was a 'two thumbs and two toes up'. Evidently ...
... saw so many things and talked with a ton of awesome and interesting people. I took off on my own and yet I wasn't alone for the entire trip (excluding driving time). I got 4 more pins in my map and I can now say I've visited every state in the southeast United States. I traveled 2,644 miles and made it home safely. I couldn't have asked for a better trip!
Until next time!
A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles. -Tim ...
... said our good-byes to so many good people we got to know on the ship for these 2 weeks:
Bonnie and Bill from Detroit, whom I told we'd always remember because we had a Bonnie and Bill in our family, too.
Doug, the minister, and his wife MaryAnn who joined us several times at our German biergartens, and who ...