Travel Blogs from Pittsburgh
We had 20,000 things to do on our last day in toronto. So we did about 10,000 of them and then left. We packed the car as full as we could with our luggage, and anything we could think to bring, and then we stuff everything else into the garbage and recycling bins.
We finally got out of the house around 7pm I think. …
I went to the Carnegie Science Center today. They have two buildings. One is a fairly large building that looks like a typical science museum. The other building is nuch newer and contains Highmark Sports Works. In addition, they have the USS Requin, a U.S. WW II-vintage submarine, moored on the river behind the main …
A few monts ago I read about a new museum in Pittsburgh. The mission of the museum was described as follows: "The Center for PostNatural History is dedicated to the advancement of
knowledge relating to the complex interplay between culture, nature and biotechnology. The PostNatural refers to living organisms that have …
Well, I'm back on the road again. Unfortunately, I'm a day behind schedule already. I drove to Pittsburgh, PA, my first stop. I'll shorten my time in Pittsburgh by a day to get back on schedule.
After reserving a hotel in Pittsburgh I headed for Salt of the Earth restaurant. I got a seat at the bar facing the chefs …
Well the last real vacation day of the trip was here. We hung around the hotel until about 12 then we took off for Pittsburgh. I had been to Pittsburgh maybe 10 years ago to visit a friend for college and really enjoyed it. We stopped for lunch at the Primanti Bros sandwich stop which serves your sandwich, french fries and cole slaw all between the …
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking