Greensburg

Greensburg Travel Guide

Hotels in Greensburg

Greensburg Accommodations (5)
Ramada Greensburg Hotel and Conference Center

Ramada Greensburg Hotel and Conference Center

3.50 152 reviews

100 Sheraton Drive, Greensburg, United States

Knights Inn Greensburg

Knights Inn Greensburg

2.00 23 reviews

1215 S. Main St., Greensburg, United States

Courtyard By Marriott Pittsburgh Greensburg

Courtyard By Marriott Pittsburgh Greensburg

4.50 120 reviews

700 Power Line Drive, Greensburg, United States

Hampton Inn Greensburg

Hampton Inn Greensburg

4.50 98 reviews

1000 Towne Square Drive, Greensburg, United States

Travel Blogs from Greensburg

Greensburg Travel Blogs (15)
Cycling With The Mentzers, Greensburg, United States travel blog

Cycling With The Mentzers

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... town where hopefully we could find something.  Polly led the way, I had crumbled and followed 20 meters behind in a real sulk. Greensburg produced nothing until we were redirected to the bypass by a sweet old lady in the gas station, where we found a ...

Tent in Tornado Town.  A Good Idea?, Greensburg, United States travel blog

Tent in Tornado Town. A Good Idea?

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... incessant heat.  We seated next to a couple of very shifty looking guys.  We have not felt uncomfortable in The States (maybe Venice Beach was a little 'out there') but these two needed watching.  It was nothing and possibly the result of ...

Greensburg, Kansas, Greensburg, United States travel blog

Greensburg, Kansas

A travel blog entry by gringowithdrawl

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We traveled to Greensburg, Kansas to see Darren's grandma and uncle.  This is also the small town that was hit by an F-5 tornado on May 4, 2007 that destroyed about 95% of the town.  The town seems to be recovering relatively well despite all ...

Greensburg, Greensburg, United States travel blog

Greensburg

A travel blog entry by valcro101

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... failed to take leaf." Meanwhile, another started growing on the other side of the tower, and then still another tree appeared. Greensburg celebrates the trees, which grow with no visible means of nourishment, by hosting an annual "Tree City Fall ...