Residence Inn Pittsburgh University/Medical Center
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Offering views of Pittsburgh's iconic East End, the Residence Inn offers all the amenities one could need when visiting the Steel City. From hot breakfast to an amazing patio, the Residence Inn Pittsburgh University/Medical Center is the place to stay. The hotel is a short drive (about 5 minutes) from the medical and education hub of Oakland and about ten minutes from downtown Pittsburgh.
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But many many happy memories.
It was sad to leave our friends @ Germantown, near Washington. Once again, we are reminded how generous people are with their time and hospitality.
Our journey will now take us in a north-westerley direction with our eventual goal being the Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming before the winter sets in.
On the way we will meet up with some other friends who we last saw in 2003 in Chad's home ...
... town. We took photos for grandpa and had a little look around the town and had some lunch there. We had lunch at an Italian place which was perfecto. I really enjoyed it and I think my family did also. When we got back tot the hotel at about 4. We sat around for a bit then we went to the hotel lobby for dinner which again was another painful ...
Today we got a fair sleep in because we didn't have to do much traveling today as all we did was walk around the city of where my dad grew up as a kid, and spent a bit of coin on some souvenirs. It started off with a buffet breakfast, the buffet was pretty small to be honest. There was only a few cereals, a few types of toast and then ...
... to run out and we got a $25 parking ticket. After Ohio we headed to Pittsburgh. We took an out of the way route to avoid tolls (there have been lots of tolls for the last part of the trip and we hate paying them) which added an extra 30 minutes but I believe it was worth it. Once we finally got there we checked into our hotel and took a long nap. When we woke up we headed towards the Monongahela ...
... as the prettiest little village in Pennsylvania. I think we have seen some far prettier places but maybe they did not have village status.
We passed through Armish country and saw a number of horse drawn carriages. The views across the hills and valleys were lovely. Farms dotted the countryside with fields of corn, maize and green paddocks with cows and occasionally some sheep.
Our tour took us to Mt Davis which is the highest point in Pennsylvania. ...