Residence Inn By Marriott Pittsburgh Airport

1500 Park Lane Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15275, United States
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First Time Visitor, need help

by jobronie

I will be travelling to Pittsburgh for the first time in Oct. for the Cirque Du Soleil show at the Petersen Events Center. Can anyone give me a good hotel and/or restaurant suggestion? Is this in a good part of town? What part should we stay clear of? Any information is appreciated.

Re: First Time Visitor, need help

by bocmaxima

The Peterson Center is on the University of Pittsburgh campus. It's a pretty good area. Carnegie-Mellon is also near there, so it's definitely a college area.
For hotels, it depends on your price range. There's a Wyndham and a Holiday Inn within walking distance though.
For restaurants, you should eat at Primanti Brothers at least once. There's a location on Forbes that's maybe 3 blocks from the Peterson Center.
hth

Re: First Time Visitor, need help

by mikelisaanna

However, beware that the Hill District, one of Pittsburgh's worst slums is uphill from the the University of Pittsburgh campus and between the campus and downtown Pittsburgh. As long as you stay in the Oakland neighborhood (which contains the Pitt and Carnegie Mellon campuses)you should be OK. If you ask people around the campus, they will be able to tell you where you should be OK to walk and where you should avoid.

Pittsburgh is a fascinating, underrated city and one that we always have enjoyed visiting. Feel free to visit our Pittsburgh page here on VirtualTourist for more information.

Travel Tips for Pittsburgh

Fort Pitt Tunnel Is Amazing At Night

by jjunt0522

My favorite part of our trip to Pittsburgh, is coming through the Fort Pitt Tunnel at night. We arrived very late, and didn't know what to expect. I had always heard that the view of the city when you first came out of the tunnel was beautiful, but I was amazed. When you come out of that tunnel at night, it is unbelievable. If I have one recommendation about a trip to Pittsburgh, if you are driving from the west or from the airport, is to take your first view of Pittsburgh coming out of that tunnel at night. You won't be disappointed. The sight on my wife's face. I had surprised here with a trip to Pittsburgh. When we crossed through the tunnel the expression on her face was worth the drive.

Epiphany Catholic Church

by Ewingjr98

Epiphany Parish began in 1834 when St. Paul's Church was built on Grant Street. This church was destroyed by fire in 1851, but replaced just a few years later in the same location. This church was sold in 1901 due to the parish's overwhelming debt and the high value of the land, and the lot became the Union Arcade (now the Union Trust Building).

Epiphany Church construction began in 1902, and built in the Romanesque style with byzantine details. It opened in 1903, but detail work continued until around 1910. One unique feature of the church was the daily 2:30 am mass, specially approved by Rome, to serve the workers at one of the city's seven local newspapers.

In 2007 the city's Sports and Exhibition Authority purchased some of the church's out buildings, such as the rectory, in order to build the new Consol Energy Center for the Penguins.

A plaque at the church reads:

HISTORIC LANDMARK

Epiphany Roman Catholic Church
1902
Edward Stotz, Architect
John T. Comes, Interior Designer

Pittsburgh History &
Landmarks Foundation

Address: 1018 Centre Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15219-3596

Telephone: (412) 471-0654

Website: www.epiphanychurch.net/

Pittsburghese

by Pounder73

Question: Djeatyet? Yinz go-en dahntahn for a chippedham sammich ora hoggie?

answer: Prolly afta tha Stillers.

Pittsburgh is a fairly, (how can I say this?)... isolated. And with anything else on this world, once something is isolated, it tends to evolve independently of the rest of the world. Evolution, if you will. Language is no different. It took me several years for me to loose my accent, (it sounds pretty bad), now I just get mistaken for mumbling too much. - I can't win.

This is an actual dialect that has had many studies on it. When you hear someone speak it, it is very... umm... unmistakable.

To do it properly, you need to talk without moving your mouth and put a "whine" sound to your voice, and talk fast. Here are examples of words found or pronounced in "Da Burgh"

Gum-band = rubber band
chipped ham = paper thin sliced ham
Dahntahn = downtown
Stillers = Steelers, the football team
Picksburgg = Pittsburgh (you know it's bad when you pronounce your own city wrong)
crick = creek
prolly = probably
pýtoot = your arse
Redd-up = clean up
y-aint = you are not
cuttendt = could not

Ahoy matey! Support the Pirates

by Herkbert

Even though the Pirates have been playing some lackluster baseball in 2006, they managed to put in a good effort and took two games away from the SF Giants the weekend we visited.

PNC Park is a great venue to watch a baseball game and to people watch. If you enjoy baseball, take in a game while you're in town.

Screenworks 14 - Dollar Movie

by Jenniwa

If you love movies but don't want to spend too much money by going to a theater - this is a great place - Screenworks 14 is a relativly new theater (it was closed after renovation and later reopened as a Dollar-Movie-Theater) - they show movies that were just shown in "normal" movie theaters (meaning they're not older than 2 months) but only charge you 1 or 2 dollars!

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If you come on I-79 it'll be EXIT Bridgeville, the movie theater will be on your right (Hickory Grade Road)

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