The Cottage Restaurant and Red Carpet Inn and Suites
Travel Blogs from Ebensburg
... as yelp came up blank. He sent us to a hot dog place (!), saying "Anne Lo's has the best breakfast in town!" (This turned out to be "Inlow's," actually, but neither Tim nor I got that until we saw the sign.) Possibly this is because it has the only breakfast in town, as the breakfast itself was nothing to write home about (so I won't). It was, however, very cheap, and no, you don't get hot dogs. Regular eggs, bacon, toast, and so forth.
... this is typical. Juvenile, lots of barfing, **** jokes, disgusting sexual comments, and general potty mouth. We've seen worse, but I can't say I recommend this one.
We were talking about it on the way home, and mused that we’ve seen a good many movies at drive-ins that we would never have gone to see otherwise, and that almost all of them (with the
single exception of ...
... and get a great view of the trains that go by. Trains go by about every 20 minutes.
The Museum was very fun and informative. It was mainly inside and it showed how the trains ran. From the wheels to the controls. It talked about the different positions and people it takes to run a train. They also showed video and newspaper clippings of accidents that shaped the railroads history.
Ok, got up at 3:30 am & got ready to switch trains in Pittsburgh (our final leg). Sleeping on a train is a whole new experience. It's a lot like being rocked to sleep, but all night! I, for one enjoyed my sleep; but could have used an extra ...
... scored in first inning.
7. Final score 20-9 (but not that close). 29 runs on 33 hits. You wouldn't think that could be boring, would you?
8. 15 walks. (Squirrels gave up 10 of them--no pitching there, either).
9. 4 runs walked in--two by each team.
10. 9-inning game lasted 3 hours and 55 minutes. The ONLY reason anyone was left at the end was that there were fireworks ...