Tag: Hofbrauhaus

A Few Hours in Wheeling, West Virginia

So, it’s been a while. Hopefully, I’ll be writing another post soon establishing the reasons for my absence, the changes I’ll be making to this blog and some huge changes I’ll be making to my life, that adversely, will affect this blog to some degree. But for the moment, moving on to good old Wheeling, West Virginia.

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10 Cheap & Easy Things to Do in Pittsburgh

This post is third in the “10 Easy and Cheap” series that I’ve already covered with Philly and Scranton.  You could read more about the idea behind this in one of those posts.  The gist is, that sometimes you find yourself in various locales visiting friends and don’t have time to see or do a

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Top 10 International Wishlist.

The last two years have taught me that traveling internationally is both easier and more affordable then I would have ever imagined.  Granted, I currently have no dependents and could use my tax refund on purely personal gain and have the luxury of having my entire summer free, but it’s still more attainable than I would

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Pittsburgh Weekend

I spent this weekend out in Pittsburgh, and looking back at all of my previous posts, I’m surprised that I haven’t written about the city in depth yet.  My younger cousin goes to Pitt, for his undergrad and my brother is going to finish his first year at Pitt School of Law this spring.  In the past

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2013 Evaluation

It’s been a little over a year since I started this blog, and to be honest, I’ve kept up with it much more than I thought I would.  I have a habit of starting a bunch of projects and abandoning them after about a month, so this might stick for good.  Last year around this time

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Pennsylvania Oktoberfests

I keep getting the same reaction when I tell people I went to an Oktoberfest this weekend: “that’s weird, it’s only September.” Only, it’s not weird.  It’s reality. The original German Ocktoberfest is mostly in September.  Started in 1810, it’s a sixteen day festival that ends the first Sunday in October.  With 5 million visitors annually, it’s

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