Conley Inn Irwin

1004 E. Lincoln Highway, Irwin, Pennsylvania, 15642, United States | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on 1004 E. Lincoln Highway, Irwin, is near Big Mac Museum Restaurant.
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Travel Blogs from Irwin

Our first official stop

A travel blog entry by alwweb on Aug 28, 2014

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We spent our first night at the Holiday Inn Express in Belle Vernon, across from Hoss's.

We started the next day with an early morning breakfast at Eat'nPark with our PA friends. After breakfast, we went to see my Dad and grand parents' graves, and then we hit the road.

For the first part of our trip, we took the back roads through Mt Pleasant, Donegal, and more. At Breezewood we got on to the turnpike for the rest of the ride.
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We now know more about Pittsburgh

A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Aug 19, 2014

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... 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 ...

Day 2: Hagerstown to Pittsburgh to Youngstown, OH

A travel blog entry by jamey_b on Aug 19, 2014

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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 ...

Hello Pittsburgh

A travel blog entry by jimh22854 on Aug 05, 2014

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First, the answer to last entries quiz is: horse drawn Amish wagons. The pavement depression is a rut from the horse hooves, the lighter lines on either side from the steel wheels. Quite common, including potholes from the horses. I have been passing through a lot of Amish county, including sharing the rails trails with them. They do not wish to have pictures taken of them or their places so ...

Starr Tucker-Nibb's Final Thoughts

A travel blog entry by cubm on Apr 19, 2014

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... 19:14). I really enjoy our missions ministry in Kenya and experience a new culture, new food, a new environment, new people and God's creation across the seas. My favorite Bible verse still remains Jeremiah 29:11: "I know the plans I have for you (Starr/Karen) declared the Lord, plans to prosper you and to give you a future and a hope."
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