Super 8 Beaver Falls

Address: 7099 Big Beaver Blvd, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, 15010, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 7099 Big Beaver Blvd, Beaver Falls.
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Travel Blogs from Beaver Falls

13 days and counting!

A travel blog entry by reaprice on Jan 14, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... the time I was planning to be in Vietnam is during their Tet. For those of you who recall learning about the Vietnam War and the Tet Offensive in high school, Tet is the Vietnamese New Year, and it lasts about nine days. It's their most important holiday, and it is very heavy on family reunions and such; apparently a lot of businesses and offices shut down and the price of goods and services increases during this period. So it is apparently not a ...

Capitol punishment.

A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Sep 25, 2014

1 comment, 33 photos

... obelisk that is the Washington Monument, and reached the World War Two memorial. The most striking part was the Freedom Wall. Set as a backdrop to a fountain, the wall contains 4,048 embedded golden stars. Each star represents 100 American service personnel who died during the war. An incomprehensible loss of life. Next, we saw the Korean War memorial. This was unlike any other war memorial I've ever seen. It consists of life size statues of American Soldiers, ...

2014 Pittsburgh- Priest Lake State Park, Coolin,ID

A travel blog entry by jgsreh on May 31, 2014

7 comments, 13 photos

... he says. Quality of life my foot!

The best part of being back in Pittsburgh is getting back together with friends and relatives. It's fun hanging out and talking about what has been happening the past x - number of months, lying to one another about how good we look, how much weight we've lost (and found again) and so on. I started cardiac rehab for the month of April and I lost a whopping 4 pounds. After we started ...

Pittsburgh - Steel City No More

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 05, 2012

41 photos

For some reason I find Pittsburgh to be a very interesting city. Maybe it's the unusual geography at the confluence of two rivers or the topography of rugger hills and steep cliffs. It might also be the city’s history and old neighborhoods nestled in the hills or along the rivers. Maybe it has something to do with the legacy of the heavy industry that his since disappeared, the steel mills that are now long gone having created horrible smog that got ...

Carnegie Institute & Pittsburgh's Academic Quarter

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 05, 2012

63 photos

Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood east of downtown is its academic center with its two biggest schools, the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University, having nearly adjacent campuses and the city’s main museums also in the area.

The Carnegie Museum of Art is one I’ve heard quite a lot about over the years but did not visit my previous times in Pittsburgh. Actually, the Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History ...