Comfort Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Allegheny Valley
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... it was hot and muggy. When we went to bed, we opened the two windows and the roof vent in the bedroom, in an effort to get some cool air, and promptly fell asleep.
I had a dream (no, not like MLK; I only wish I could be like he was). My dream had me in a barn-like building with a lot of people partying. In my dream, it started to rain, and the barn leaked like a ...
... on the happenings back in California. She then brought out boxes of old photographs from generations and generations ago. She told us so many stories, a lot that I never knew, it was crazy! I was so happy to catch up, learn so much about our heritage and snap a few photos of photos to take home and share with my sisters. In the afternoon, Chris and I took a nice walk ...
... to the VW dealer. I was sooooo glad he did! I don't know what he did different than the last guy, but he popped the door open! Woot woot! I climbed in the car and into the back seat. I took out the middle console in the back seat so I could get into the trunk. We managed to unlatch the trunk from the inside with that pink stick he used to pop open the door. Success! I could finally go home! I thanked the man and he was on his merry way. I went back ...
... end I didn't feel they were worth the cost savings.
I enjoyed meeting and conversing with other travelers throughout my journey, and it seemed like everyone had an interesting story for being over there. (One older gentleman I met at the hostel in Kuala Lumpur is basically spending the last few years of his life traveling until he's no longer fit to do so.) I feel like I made a real connection with Maggie, Cassandra, Keira, ...
... particular railway has served the residents and businesses of the Duquesne
Heights and Mount Washington sections of Pittsburgh. From the cars there are
great view out over the city.
By restoring and Utilizing two original 1877 cable cars, the Duquesne Incline is a working museum, with the upper station providing photos and displays on the history of the incline. Visitors can ...