La Quinta Inn Pittsburgh Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Pittsburgh Airport Moon Township
This is a nice hotel however no pool or hot tub.
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Travel Blogs from Moon Township
... Korean War memorial and finishing at the Abraham Lincoln memorial. All the architecture and buildings were incredible, such detail and the unique designs were awesome! After such a big day we decided in Chinese for dinner located just across the street and then an early night. Later Gators! LJ ...
I left this morning at first light, destination Lancaster, PA for the Monday practice round of the LPGA US Women's Open. Rachel gave me a hall pass to go walk and watch a major practice preparation. I knew I could get tickets at the country club, problem, I couldn't park there. Had to do a drive by to find out where I park so that I could get shuttled to the course. Took me 3 1/2 hours to drive from the Pittsburgh burb ...
... house. I remember Viv asking me, 'what about the rain? How was that for you????" The rain is actually amazing in a camper, if you've never experienced it, you should. The soft patter of raindrops on the camper can put the most stubborn non-sleeper to sleep.
In fact, Camren said our camper was a 'two thumbs and two toes up'. Evidently ...
... Dave was still speaking to us. You see, he was able to get a workamping position at Hermit Park to hand out with us for the summer while we were a short distance away at Mary's Lake. (See above story...nuff said.)
We got back to Pittsburgh mid September just in time for winter. What were we thinking?? The hospital stay in Alaska made Jean a tad nervous, so we decided maybe we should settle down, buy a house, and act like good ...
... that's right, I said it! But there was one thing I felt like I learned about you that really stuck with me--that underneath all your layers and complicated yet interesting personality there was a girl that really, really knew what it meant to care deeply and powerfully for people. To care almost to the point that it started to hurt. I will ALWAYS remember standing around the porch we had built all week and burying the makeshift cross we had all signed and praying together while ...