Hampton Inn Pittsburgh - McKnight Rd.

Address: 4575 McKnight Rd, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15237, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4575 McKnight Rd, Pittsburgh, is near National Aviary, Pittsburgh Children's Museum, Clayton, and Scrap Metals.
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      13 days and counting!

      A travel blog entry by reaprice on Jan 14, 2015

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... Honestly, the main reason is because it's CHEAP, and the only region on the globe that I can actually afford for two months. Plus, it has the ideal climate for me, and it's EXOTIC. While I don't want exotic to the extent of spending time with mountainous tribes in Papua, New Guinea, I do want to go outside my comfort zone. I have also been to Thailand before, and I didn't experience any culture shock, so I think I'll be okay in Cambodia, Laos, ...


      A travel blog entry by explorenovember on Nov 09, 2014

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      Initially we came to Pittsburgh looking to see the Andy Warhol museum and visit the Carnegie Hall where the last lecture was given... And then we saw the sky and knew we had to find a spot for sunset. The top hit was Mount Washington. Getting there was pretty cool, the mountain side was filled with full house style houses. And freeways through mountains. Once you get to Mount Washington stay on Grandview Ave for the ...

      I'm finally here!

      A travel blog entry by kristen1982 on Jul 30, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... and Fort Duquesne. A brief background history so you can see both the French and British involvement in the area. The French built Fort Duquesne in 1754 and successfully defended it during the French and Indian War but eventually the British captured the site in 1758. They built the much larger Fort Pitt. It was abandoned by the British in 1772 (as they now had no use for it) after being subjected to an attempted attacks by the Indians during the Pontiac's Rebellion in the ...

      "A whole, clear, glorious life lies before you."

      A travel blog entry by sam_i_am on May 12, 2014

      8 comments, 48 photos

      ... directly adjacent to older buildings; the contrast is actually pleasing to look at. Plus, I definitely admired the style of their buildings, both new and old. There were flowers and trees everywhere, and whoever plans those things almost certainly had a thing for tulips, which I totally approve of.

      It's also a much smaller city than I expected it to be, and fairly easy to walk if you need to, but it's drive-able too. And without all of the ...

      Appendix - a list of the spots we visited

      A travel blog entry by rubin on Nov 24, 2013

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      ... 27 Manly Ferry, Sea Life Aquarium, Spit Bridge, Sydney Harbor Bridge, The Rocks
      July 28 Olympic Park
      July 30 Cairns
      July 31 Great Barrier Reef
      Aug. 1 Cape Tribulation, Daintree Rainforest, Mossman Gorge
      Aug. 2 Cairns Botanic Garden
      Aug. 3 Auckland
      Aug. 4 Mt. Albert Aquatic Center
      Aug. 5 Extreme Edge, Owairaka
      Aug. 5 Downtown Disney
      Aug. 6 Disneyland
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