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Private Pittsburgh City Tour
"Your private guide will lay all of Pittsburgh at your feet and take you anywhere you want to go! A typical Itinerary begins with a climb up Mt. Washington on the Duquesne Incline for an unexcelled view of one of the world's most perfect city settings. Ne Pittsburgh's medical and educational center. In the time remaining you can go to the top of Schenley Park for a different vista or return to your starting point via the Monongahela Valley.About Your GuideYour guide was chosen by St. James Pal many Fortune 500 Corporations tour companies familes and individuals. He is a proud direct descendant of one of the leaders of The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers who fought in the Battle of Homestead (1892)."""
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Private Pittsburgh City Tour
"Your private guide will lay all of Pittsburgh at your feet and take you anywhere you want to go! A typical Itinerary begins with a climb up Mt. Washington on the Duquesne Incline for an unexcelled view of one of the world's most perfect city settings. Ne Pittsburgh's medical and educational center. In the time remaining you can go to the top of Schenley Park for a different vista or return to your starting point via the Monongahela Valley.About Your GuideYour guide was chosen by St. James Pal many Fortune 500 Corporations tour companies familes and individuals. He is a proud direct descendant of one of the leaders of The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers who fought in the Battle of Homestead (1892)."""
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Private Pittsburgh City Tour
"Your private guide will lay all of Pittsburgh at your feet and take you anywhere you want to go! A typical Itinerary begins with a climb up Mt. Washington on the Duquesne Incline for an unexcelled view of one of the world's most perfect city settings. Ne Pittsburgh's medical and educational center. In the time remaining you can go to the top of Schenley Park for a different vista or return to your starting point via the Monongahela Valley.About Your GuideYour guide was chosen by St. James Pal many Fortune 500 Corporations tour companies familes and individuals. He is a proud direct descendant of one of the leaders of The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers who fought in the Battle of Homestead (1892)."""
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Pamela's: Pancakes!!!

There are a few Pamela's around Pittsburgh, but I have only ever been to the one in Squirrel Hill. This is - hands down - the best breakfast I've ever had. Their banana chocolate chip pancakes are absolutely delicious - thin, crispy at the edges, soft and buttery on the inside. I yearn for them now that I'm no longer living in Pittsburgh. There is almost always a wait, but it goes quickly and is VERY well worth it.

emma5w
Apr 16, 2009
 
 
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Carnegie Museum of Natural History

I will never learn! Sorry, but there's nothing to do! I will never get acquainted with American scale. Having a day in Pittsburgh to visit a school, I used my Portuguese sense of time, size and...
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Heinz Chapel

What a huge lovely cathedral .. looks like something from Europe. It's closed under construction until June .. would have loved to see the inside. But took several pics from outside and a few selfies...
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Schenley Park

Schenley Park was established in 1889 with a 300-acre gift from Mary Schenley, an heiress to a former General. Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens was built on the park in 1893, and the Carnegie...
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Cathedral of Learning

The Cathedral of Learning is the centerpiece of the University of Pittsburgh's campus. Rising over 500 feet tall, with 42 floors, it is the second-tallest academic building in the world. It houses a...
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University

This is one of the most prestigious universities in Pennsylvania. Founded in 1787 near the Three Rivers, it has grown to about 34,000 students and 12,000 employees. Of particular interest is the...
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Phipp's Conservatory

too early for butterflies but nice gardens and art glass. worth the visit and cost. There was a charge for parking and had to walk a block or so. I think parking was around 3 dollars and had to go...
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  • Sunday 08:00 to 15:00
  • Monday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Tuesday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Wednesday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Thursday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Friday 08:00 to 16:00
  • Saturday 08:00 to 16:00

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