One Day in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania! (Duquesne Incline, iconic FOOD, & Randyland)

One Day in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania! (Duquesne Incline, iconic FOOD, & Randyland)

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3 Popular Attractions In Pennsylvania

  • Dutch Wonderland: Amusement park in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
  • Pennsylvania Facts:

    • Philadelphia is the site of the first presidential mansion.
    • The Shenango River Dam near Sharpsville is a concrete gravity dam with an uncontrolled center spillway. The roadway crossing the top of the dam, over the spillway is nearly 68 feet above the streambed. The dam has a top length of 720 feet with a base width of 66 feet.
    • Punxsutawney, Pa is home to the world famous, weather forecasting groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil.
    • Chorus Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, May your future be, filled with honor everlasting as your history.
    Pennsylvania
    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
    Nickname(s):

    Keystone State;[1] Quaker State
    Motto(s):

    Virtue, Liberty and Independence
    Anthem:Pennsylvania

    Map of the United States with Pennsylvania highlighted

    Map of the United States with Pennsylvania highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Province of Pennsylvania
    Admitted to the Union December 12, 1787 (2nd)
    Capital Harrisburg
    Largest city Philadelphia
    Largest metro and urban areas Delaware Valley
    Government

    Governor Tom Wolf (D)
    Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman (D)
    Legislature General Assembly
    Upper house State Senate
    Lower house House of Representatives
    Judiciary Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
    U.S. senators Bob Casey Jr. (D)
    Pat Toomey (R)
    U.S. House delegation 9 Democrats
    9 Republicans (list)
    Area

    •Total 46,055sqmi (119,283km2)
    •Land 44,816.61sqmi (116,074km2)
    •Water 1,239sqmi (3,208km2) 2.7%
    •Rank 33rd
    Dimensions

    •Length 170mi (273km)
    •Width 283mi (455km)
    Elevation

    1,100ft (340m)
    Highestelevation

    3,213ft (979m)
    Lowestelevation

    0ft (0m)
    Population

    (2020[5])
    •Total 13,011,844
    •Rank 5th
    •Density 290/sqmi (112/km2)
    •Rank 9th
    Median household income

    $59,195[4]
    •Income rank

    23rd
    Demonym(s) Pennsylvanian
    Language

    Official language None
    Spoken language English 90.15%
    Spanish 4.09%
    German (including Pennsylvania Dutch) 0.87%
    Chinese 0.47%
    Italian 0.43%[6]
    Time zone UTC−05:00 (Eastern)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−04:00 (EDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    PA
    ISO 3166 code US-PA
    Traditional abbreviation Pa., Penn., Penna.
    Latitude 39°43′ to 42°16′ N
    Longitude 74°41′ to 80°31′ W
    Website www.pa.gov

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    Hello from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania! Pittsburgh is hands down one of our favorite larger cities in the United States. With three rivers, 446 bridges (the most in the world!), historic buildings, and gorgeous green hills all around, it's so dang picturesque. And while we have been to the city before (for Adam, many times), this was our first time truly exploring the city together, so we spent one day doing as many touristy things as possible!

    ⌚Timestamps
    00:00 Introduction
    00:50 Duquesne Incline
    05:20 Strip District (La Prima Espresso)
    06:58 Primanti Bros
    09:56 Point State Park
    11:25 Randyland
    14:00 Trying Pierogies

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    📍Locations in this vlog
    Duquesne Incline: http://www.duquesneincline.org/
    La Prima Espresso Company: https://goo.gl/maps/G73WB7NivnnUTxHb6
    Primanti Bros: https://g.page/primantibrosstripdistrict?share />Point State Park: https://goo.gl/maps/y4ZMAqrBwA95u9Tb6
    Randyland: https://g.page/RandyLand?share
    Pierogies Plus: https://goo.gl/maps/BKu6GKiCgZv7WpcB8
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    Hi y’all! We’re Adam, Kathryn, and Kona, an adventurous married couple (+ pup!) living on the road in our self-converted sprinter van! You can often find us driving all around the US and Canada, scoping out the best coffee shops, eating tacos and ice cream (we're a 5+ taco and 2+ scoop household), and enjoying nature.

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    12 thoughts on “One Day in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania! (Duquesne Incline, iconic FOOD, & Randyland)

    1. The next time you come back to Pittsburgh check out our malls Ross Park Mall, The Mall of Robinson, South Hills Village, and Monroeville Mall also good eatery check out Back To The Foodture

    2. Hope you got nothing but hospitality while visiting the area I live. Being born and raised here I tend to forget just how beautiful it really is. Thanks for reminding me!

    3. Thanks for showing some good places. Living here whole life is not fun though. I don’t like this weather! Only 90 days of sun if lucky out of 365 days! 😔

    4. Glad you enjoyed yourselves. Life long resident here. sometimes living hear you forget about all the great things the city has to offer bc you get caught up in daily life. But Pittsburgh is a great place all around except winter lol.

    5. Born and raised in the 'Burg. So glad you guys enjoyed it. There is sooo much to do and see in this very underrated city. Hopefully you guys will be back to explore more.

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