Hilltop Inn PIttsburgh

Address: 100 Kisow Dr., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15205, United States | 3 star motel
 
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This 3 star motel, located in the McKees Rocks area of Pittsburgh, is near Duquesne Incline, Carnegie Science Center, USS Requin, and Scrap Metals.
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      A Plàne, A Bus, and An Automobile

      A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jul 01, 2011

      ... service rep called back and reported Trafalgar had chartered a 55 passenger bus to get our group of 20 home. We again had to take our luggage for a long walk to the landside pickup area. Char negotiated with those not part of our group to pick up the entire tips for the drivers in exchange for the bus ride. The drivers forgot their list of passengers when given their tips at the start of the ride. Some businessmen were so happy to ...

      Buyer Beware

      A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Jun 17, 2011

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      ... cost saver tab on the website. He stressed this and said that excursions were all optional to allow more freedom of choice. The majority understood this and just took it in stride. In fact we have no regrets. We saw a lot of historical sites and stunning scenery. But we have learned to pick our own trips and itineraries and be cautious of any closed group trips. We are writing this blog three years and three Trafalgar trips later. We were very pleased with all of ...

      Wednesday 19th - small bowel transplant!

      A travel blog entry by griddiough on May 19, 2010

      ... by the conduits make the procedure a bit easier and hs better results. They then created a temporary ileostomy through which the patient will pass stool. This can later be reversed. There were three attendings/consultants carrying out the surgery with one fellow - just to give you an idea of the level of skill required to carry out this procedure!

      The surgery lasted in total around 11 hours, I left after the completion of ...

      Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

      A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Nov 11, 2009

      ... should be called the City of Bridges – there’s one every 2 blocks. They’re all suspension bridges (some are double decker) and painted yellow.

      The city is unbelievably hilly so half of its area is uninhabited. The roadways run in the valley – businesses and houses lining each side. There are very few back streets because the rock hills go straight up behind the existing buildings. Every ...

      The Continental Follies

      A travel blog entry by alienspice on May 22, 2008

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      ... take on the plane. We had some great sandwiches on Portuguese rolls in the airport cafe, and rebby had a free beer which helped calm her down quite a bit. I had a real no HFCS coca cola! What an intro to European travel. I never imagined in a million years that my first passport stamp would be Portugal! The wait passed eventually--it was long and involved a lot of change of locale for sitting and sleeping. Eventually I broke down and got some Euros out of the ATM and we ...