Comfort Inn & Suites Pittsburgh

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

2898 Banksville Rd., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15216, United States
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Value Score Poor Value

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Forum Posts

Future Pittsburgh VT Mtg?

by rmdw

I've just been watching "The Kill Point" and am most intrigued by the scenery all around Pittsburgh. I'm curious to know if a VT member (or members) might be interested in holding a VT meeting sometime over the next 12 months?

Robert

Re: Future Pittsburgh VT Mtg?

by Travmad

Yes I wanted to be a part of one for some time now. I posed the question to a few other VT members in the area a while back but frankly they had no interest what so ever. As I don't live in Pittsburgh but can drive there easy enough I am all for it. Last year when I drove Cashiero to The church werks (brew pub) last year he mentioned that it would be a wonderful place to have a VT meet. So why don't you try and ask other memebers in that area if they may have an interest. I'm still in if someone wants to.

Re: Future Pittsburgh VT Mtg?

by Ewingjr98

I still visit the area each year for certain holidays (most likely Christmas/New Years) and would be interested. I'd also be willing to help plan unless a *real* local is interested. I grew up north of the city but live in California now.

Joe

Re: Future Pittsburgh VT Mtg?

by Lhenne1

That sounds like a great idea. Maybe around New Years would be good...though chilly :) The city decorates nicely for the holidays.

Re: Future Pittsburgh VT Mtg?

by rmdw

I just pulled my winter gear out of storage today. Don't need it yet but I like being prepared.

Besides, I'm Canadian - bring on your coldest day, Pittsburgh, and just see whether I retreat!!

Travel Tips for Pittsburgh

US Steel Building

by yooperprof

The planters add a softening touch to the plaza in front of the skyscraper, but this is still a monumentally strong, even brutal, use of structural steel. It took me a while to get to like the US Steel building, which is still one of Pittsburgh's tallest, but now I regard it as a historic monument from a time when the United States was still actually an industrial country.

DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY

by VeronicaG

Duquesne University is well thought of in the world of academics! It was founded in 1878 by a group of Catholic priests and brothers of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit who were referred to as The Spiritans. This group was first established in France in 1703.

The Tamburitzens, a multicultural academy dedicated to the preservation and presentation of folk songs and dance are established here and travel all over the world introducing ethnic culture to a wide audience.

Duquesne was rated as one of the safest campuses in the nation by USA Today. For more information call 412-396-6000 or toll fee 800-456-0590.

Pittsburgh Post Gazette

by Ewingjr98

The Post Gazette is Pittsburgh's main daily newspaper. Their main offices are located downtown just a block from Point State Park, where you can watch tomorrow's headlines printing before your eyes as the printing presses are at street level behind large plate-glass windows.

A plaque on this building commemorates John Scull, who in 1786, became the first person to establish a newspaper west of the Allegheny Range of the Appalachians. His paper was called the Gazette, which is a forerunner to today's Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

STEELERS

by mtncorg

Founded in 1933, the Steelers are the oldest franchise in the American Football Conference of the National Football League - the National Football Conference has older members, including charter members dating to 1920, the Arizona Cardinals (originally, the Chicago Cardinals) and the Chicago Bears (originally, the Decatur Staleys), the Green Bay Packers - 1921, the New York Giants - 1925, and the Detroit Lions - 1930 (originally, the Portsmouth Spartans), Washington Redskins - 1932. The Philadelphia Eagles made their first appearance the same year as the Steelers. The Steelers are number one in the hearts of Pittsburghers and have a fan base covering a wide area of western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, western Maryland, southeastern Ohio, eastern Kentucky and beyond. It is Pittsburgh’s first team thanks to some five Super Bowls and many more division and conference titles to its record. Everyone loves a winner and Steelers transformed themselves from doormat to perennial player in the late 1970’s. The Steelers have one of the most rabid fan bases in the NFL as a result of their success and the rugged way in which they have went about gaining it. Adopting the city colors of black and gold - black for the coal and steel industries (and maybe the smoke) and gold for the money brought in by those industries; though some note that black and gold also form a major part of the coat-of-arms for the William Pitt family for which the city was named - the Steelers are Pittsburgh. Catch a game at the gorgeous Heinz Field, just across from the Fountain - that is, if you can find a ticket.

Kennywood

by flora1

If you like amusement parks, you will love Kennywood. Kids of all ages love to come to one of the nation's first and finest traditional amusement parks. It is beautifully landscaped and designated as an historic state and national landmark. Not many amusement parks can boast of that! The park features thirty-one major rides, including three wooden roller coasters, The Phantom's Revenge steel coaster, the Exterminator (an indoor roller coaster), three water rides, and fourteen Kiddieland rides. There is live enteretainment, picnic groves, and various food stands.

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Address: 2898 Banksville Rd., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15216, United States