Holiday Inn Express Pittsburgh-Bridgeville
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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 ...
... of Eastern Ohio with its small, compressed towns and poor small holdings. Our destination was the town of East Liverpool and we found it in the middle of a Sunday afternoon. We found its broken streets and empty shops, its faded past and lost future. It seemed like a town of lost dreams and there seemed to be nothing of value there for travellers like us. And yet, we had come to that place in search of a lost treasure. A story worth the search. All we had to do was find it.
... those comforts of Pittsburgh while in NZ, I also appreciate what we gained over the past 7 months. It isn’t so much the “grass is greener” syndrome, rather the realization that we have had the opportunity to gather unique experiences in both places and it has shaped our lives permanently. Just as I thought of home frequently while in New Zealand, I think the impact of our NZ trip will be forever with us here in the US as ...
... several different projects over the course of the week. These projects will range from working on area homes to visiting residents in local nursing homes to helping restore and repair affordable senior housing in the community. Meanwhile, the Steelers and the Panthers will be spending the next three days working with a Salvation Army camp in the city for at-risk youth. They spent most of the day today sitting through some very important orientations ...
... clouds set in because some summits looked as if they would grant an amazing view. Nonetheless, the downhills were great. Wide shoulders, well paved roads, and banked turns. Easily held 40+ mph for a few miles! We were soaked and cold by the time we hit Bedford, PA. 42 mi down and 3500' of elevation gain. Walked into a coffee shop (Hebrews) with the intention of temporarily changing into dry clothes and figuring out our gameplan. Laundromat/campsite/etc.
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