Downtown Pittsburgh under a moody sky. This photo was taken from David L. Lawrence Convention Center, towards 10th Street and Liberty Ave.
This week is a stress week for me. Too many datelines and I am juggling between too many projects. So I am blogging to take my mind off the work. But then, I also realised that I have a mental block of what to blog. Maybe you all can help me by telling me what you wish to read more.
In today's post, I walked across the second oldest steel bridge in the United States.
Hello everyone, I am back blogging from Pittsburgh again. Join me to explore the magnificent steel work of the Smithfield Street Bridge.
The pedestrian walkways on each side of the bridge are wide enough to accommodate a family of three.
Many of us have been in this situation where we have to catch a connecting flight and transit at an airport for a few hours. But what do you do if it is an 8 hours transit? Airport lounges or exiting the airport to visit the city are alternatives. During my transit, I didn't want to get stuck in a jam at New York, going through the security again and the airport lounges in terminal 8 at JFK were packed due to construction going on in other lounges. So I hop from gates to gates, cafes to cafes and spent my time capturing sunset shots.
I took a break from Pittsburgh and did some travelling. Then, I saw a plane, helicopter and a flock of birds flying together in a cloudy sky. If you follow my post and comments, you would know that I was ill because I was secretly travelling. I did not want to officially announce it on my blog because I did not want to break the flow of articles I have prepared to post.
I travelled through a world's iconic location and I have a quiz for you. From the picture below, can you guess which iconic place in the world I have been?
Write your guess in the comments below and tell me which part of the picture affected your decision. To give everyone a fair chance to guess, I will announce the location in the comments of this article sometime on Saturday (Eastern Standard Time). So please visit my blog again for the actual location if you are commenting before Sunday.
Cycling in Pittsburgh is a growing thing. Like most cities, the hype of biking as transport/leisure is evident. However, I do not see people giving up their cars for bikes as much as some cities in the world. People are cycling more for leisure than transportation. Could it be due to the hilly terrain or the transport infrastructure? With this said, more bike lanes are appearing throughout Pittsburgh.
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