Holiday Inn Express Pittsburgh-Bridgeville
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We stayed here one night on our way from Kentucky to Hershey PA to visit friends in the area. It was easy to get to and a quick trip into downtown Pittsburgh. My only complaints were that the air conditioner did not keep the room cool and the breakfast area was awkwardly located.
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Leaving Kentucky for Pennsylvania definitely seemed like the beginning of the "home stretch" of our trip. Partly because all of the states we were driving through - we've been to before. After three weeks on the road, I admit we were "almost" ready to get home. June 16 was another driving day. We had plans to stay near Pittsburgh …
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