Holiday Inn North Hills

4859 McKnight Road, Route 19A, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15237, United States
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Forum Posts

Net Cafes

by Brimful

I will be in Pittsburgh from 25th May and will be there for 2 weeks. Since i dont carry a laptop .. I was wondering where can i use internet in Pittsburgh? Any place accessible? Does the city have Net cafe's like they do in Asia and all over Europe. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thankz.

Re: Net Cafes

by maestrousmc

Downtown Pittsburgh offers two free hours of wireless Internet access daily in outdoor locations throughout the the entire downtown Pittsburgh area, including the North Shore and lower Hill District. If you sit near a window, you can pick up the free WiFi in some indoor locations as well.

The following link provides wifi hotspots in Pittsburgh. You'll notice the major coffee chains as Starbucks as well as US bookstores like Barnes and Noble and Borders. Both with a few exceptions will have a cafe with the usual items. The link will have a map and contact info.

Re: Net Cafes

by Brimful

Thanks .. for your advice. But the only trouble is that I wont be carrying a note book with me! :(

Iam lookin for internet kiosks where i can pay and use their computer to check my mail and google.

Re: Net Cafes

by yvr

Finding internet cafes in the US is like looking for a needle in a haystack, there aren't many around. I travel alot in the US and don't have a laptop, where do I go? the Public Libraries, they are free in most cases, someitmes you have to have a guest library card which is free, you can usually find a library downtown.

Travel Tips for Pittsburgh

The view of downtown exiting the Fort Pitt Tunnel

by mikelisaanna

One of our favorite things about Pittsburgh is the view of downtown that you get as you exit the Fort Pitt Tunnel, the city's main entrance from the south, and then drive across the Fort Pitt Bridge. One minute you are in a tunnel, and then a few seconds later you get this amazing view of downtown, and the surrounding rivers and bridges.

Three Rivers Arts Festival

by flora1

The Arts Festival usually takes place the second and third weeks of June. There are artists from all over the country displaying everything from fine art, jewelry, fabrics, crafts, photography. Enjoy a combination of visual arts exhibitions, public art installations, musical performances and a fine arts and crafts market. The 17-day event spans Downtown Pittsburgh including Point State Park and a variety of sites along Liberty and Penn Avenues.

The Three Rivers Arts Festival is a tradition that bridges artistic style and expression, mixing the contemporary visual arts with live music, theater and dance performances contributing to their year-round cultural commitment in Pittsburgh.

Best of all, except for food and purchases, this is free!

The World Famous "Pittsburgh Left".

by RblWthACoz

Ahhhh, the good ol' "Pittsburgh Left". So let me paint the scenario for you:

You are waiting at a red light which you will be turning left at when it switches to green. Your green arrow does not appear, but green lights on both sides turn on. But...nobody moves? The guy in opposing traffic lanes is wondering why you are just sitting there...and you are wondering the same about him too.

Here is the simple trick about the Pittsburgh left. Even if you do not have a green arrow, and the opposing traffic has a green light, you keep an eye out for the green light, and use your keen driving skills as well as years of honed instincts to predict the EXACT moment the lights will turn green. When it turns green...QUICK!! TURN LEFT!! That way you don't have to wait for allll that opposing traffic to pass through the intersection before you turn.

All joking aside, this really is a phenomenon of driving in Pittsburgh and you do need to be aware of it. Many times drivers on opposing sides will wait another second or two for the first car in the opposing traffic lane to turn and do the "Pittsburgh Left". For the most part it is a common understanding amongst drivers. Keep it in mind when you are driving. People might be expecting the same treatment from you.

The Steelers

by BurningWings

The Steelers are the heart and soul of Pittsburgh. We live for our football team, and bleed black and gold. We don't have a team with the cartoon character types from other teams, who make the front page of ESPN.COM everyday with their silly antics. What we do have, are hard working blue-collar style players who are a family, not just a team. The Steelers and the City of Pittsburgh are one cohesive entity. In all seriousness, I wouldn't wear a Cleveland Browns or Baltimore Ravens shirt here. Seriously. You might get hurt. Not by me, but by any number of drunken fans. Pittsburgh has been cited in John Madden's Cook Book as the best city to Tailgate in along with Green Bay. The Steelers are steeped in tradition and integrity, and if you want a true life changing experience, attend a Steelers game. Or even watch one at a local bar.

The Rolling Hills of Pennsylvania

by VeronicaG

Since most of our family live in the Pittsburgh area, we used to visit often from New Jersey, taking between 7 and 7 1/2 hours on the Pennsylvania Turnpike to complete the trip. This beautiful vista shows what lies between New Jersey and Southwest Pennsylvania.

The countryside is just gorgeous in this part of the state, so I determined to get a photo on our last trip home. The route travels up and over several mountains dotted with verdant patches of forest, where deer, groundhogs and other wildlife are often seen grazing on the hillsides. You might even see Punxatawney Phil's cousin wandering through the brush!


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 Holiday Inn North Hills

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Address: 4859 McKnight Road, Route 19A, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15237, United States