This was far from my first time in the ‘Burgh, though my traveling companion (my significant other) had never really been to the city, aside from driving through. I was eager and excited to show off as many things as I could about this wonderful city that I’ve been visiting since I was a child.
I’ve been visiting Pittsburgh ever since I was a kid; some of my earliest memories are trips to the 412; leaving at 3 in the morning so we wouldn’t hit traffic, that beautiful skyline, my aunt’s house and doing all sorts of things with her. Even visits to Sarris’, a boat ride on the Gateway Clipper and a trip to Raccoon State Park are things that I can still pull up in my memory box from time to time. And even though I’ve been going there for a lot of my life, every trip is still just as valuable as the last, and each time I go, I bring home so many wonderful memories.
As I prepare for a (probable) upcoming trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in September, I realized something. I’ve been to the 412 many, many times in my lifetime, yet I’ve never posted a little guide to the city here on my blog! But hey – better late than never, right? So if you’re looking for things to do in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas, you’ve come to the right place. Look no further, because here’s the second edition of my “Incomplete Vistor’s Guide to….” – and this time, it’s a Pittsburgh edition.