Clarion Hotel & Conference Center
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Great location, well everywhere is hard to get to in pittsburgh....Great frontdesk, breakfast, beds
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had a good day of weather to visit Pitt and Carnegie Mellon We first started with a tour of the Pitt campus. A surprisingly small tight campus. Easy to get around and vey compact. The tour was good and the flow of students on the campus represented a good diversity of students and a vibrant student body. Lots of students were wearing Pitt logoed clothing. We ...
Good flight. Nice day in Pittsburgh. 60 and sunny Rented car and went to Hotel, drove through the Piit campus along the way Had a dinner at a place that Alex recommended - Fuel and Fuddle - good solid bar type food Drive throughout Carnegic Mellon campus. Hadn't realized that the campuses are right next to each other. Pitt and CMU tours ...
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