Residence Inn Pittsburgh Cranberry Township
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Aug 25-28 JNM (Sam in NY with Tony camping) Enjoyed our 3 night stay at Kate and Nik's: 5131 Penn Ave. Reminded us of the apt building in Alex. We did the Duck Tour, saw a lot of sights, Squirrel Hill walk around, bought teas, watched RedBox movies, and Highland Park. Not impressed with the slum feeling. Took 4 hours without traffic. Felt rested, enjoyed Maddie with us, and good to be ...
... map, plus the ride info, we set off walking. Over one of the bridges the Smithfield Street bridge, to the other side of the river. Unfortunately the 1.30pm trip was booked out and the next was 3pm. No we didn't want to wait that long in the heat.
I spied some water boats and decided this would be a good way to see part of the city. so bought tickets and boarded a few minutes before the 2pm. sailing.
We were informed that Pittsburgh has ...
I'm working on developing systems for traveling, sleeping, museum-hopping, exercising... it seems best to drive during the day and on back roads so I can maximize sight-seeing opportunities... it also turns out to be the safest way to go, so it's a double win.
Opting for the back roads, I stayed on Route 30 heading across ...
... most delicious. My favourite was the pepperoni roll and the mele. Most of the businesses we visited are family run and have been within that same family for many years. The owners came out and chatted with us, a couple were quite quirky characters to say the least! My final stop in Pittsburgh was to visit the Andy Warhol museum. Set over seven levels, it chronicles his early life and education in Pittsburgh through to his career and death in NYC. Some of the art was creatively ...
... buffalo. On this one road we went through a tunnel and framed in the exit opening was Mt. Rushmore. Gives ya chills. Later that night we sat in the parking lot of Mt. Rushmore and waited till it got dark. At about 8:45 p.m. lights started to illuminate the faces. They just glowed at first then got progressively brighter. Very nice. The movers and shakers of our country. I wonder what they would think if they could see us and our loss ...