Day 1: Sat, Jul 25, 2009
Added Feb 14, 2009 by jlkimakThis Days Inn in Pittsburgh is located approximately three miles from downtown Pittsburgh, and is 18 miles from Pittsburgh International Airport. Local attractions include the National Museum of Broadcasting, approximately 11 miles from the property.Hotel amenities include a swimming pool, fitness center, laundry facilities, 24-hour front desk, free parking, large vehicle parking, free newspapers, and exterior and interior corridors. Dining options include the Continental Breakfast.Guest rooms feature free high-speed Internet access, work desks, microwaves, refrigerators, hairdryers, irons and ironing boards, telephones, voicemail, free local telephone calls, alarm clocks, and extra toiletries at the front desk.Note: Guests must be at least 21 years of age to rent a room.
1150 Banksville Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15216, United States
Day 2: Sun, Jul 26, 2009
Added Feb 14, 2009 by jlkimakHoliday Inn Express Hotel & Suites is located approximately four miles from downtown Cincinnati and 15 miles from Cincinnati International Airport. This location is also one mile from Cincinnati Zoo, four miles from the Cincinnati Museum Center, five miles from Paul Brown Stadium and the Aronaff Center, 15 miles from Kings Island, and 18 miles from Argosy Casino. The property's amenities include the exercise room and complimentary continental breakfast. The hotel also offers valet laundry service. All rooms feature high-speed Internet access, voicemail, free local calls, microwaves, coffeemakers, refrigerators, irons and ironing boards, satellite TV, in-room movies, and hairdryers.
130 West Mitchell Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45217, United States
Day 3: Mon, Jul 27, 2009
Added Feb 14, 2009 by jlkimak
Indianapolis is the capital city of Indiana, and the county seat of Marion County. The 2000 Census counted the city’s population at 781,870. It is Indiana’s most populous city and is the 13th largest city in the U.S., the third largest city in the Midwest, and the second most populous Capital in the U.S., behind Phoenix, Arizona.
Indianapolis has shed its image as a Rust Belt city, due in part to an aggressive downtown revitalization campaign. The diversification of the city’s economic base since the 1960s has also contributed to this transformation. The city is perhaps most famous for the annual Indianapolis 500. The Indianapolis metropolitan area is among the fastest growing in the Midwest and the United States, with growth centered in the surrounding counties of Hamilton, Hendricks, and Johnson.
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Day 4: Tue, Jul 28, 2009
Added Feb 14, 2009 by jlkimakThe Saint Louis Days Inn is located less than 15 minutes from Six Flags, Gateway Arch, Busch Stadium, Rams Dome, Keil Center, the downtown convention center, Meramec Caverns, Union Station, and Crestwood Plaza. The Saint Louis International Airport is approximately 15 miles away. For the recreationally inclined, there is fitness room on site with modern equipment. For the recreationally inclined, there is a large indoor pool on site with lounging area and adjacent kid's pool. Kids can also check out the padded indoor playground and video arcade games. There are dining options in the vicinity, or guests can take meals at the attached restaurant and lounge. The inn also offers ice/vending machines, 24-hour front desk, parking, business services, and laundry/valet services. Pets are allowed. Each room has air-conditioning, hairdryer, iron and board, and cable television. Rooms are directly accessible to parking or the atrium. Non-smoking and handicapped-accessible rooms are available.
3660a South Lindbergh Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63127, United States
Day 5: Wed, Jul 29, 2009
Added Feb 14, 2009 by jlkimakJust minutes to downtown Kansas City, the Capital Center Inn is close to many local attractions, including the Kansas City Zoo, Worlds of Fun, and Woodlands Race Park, golfing, shopping, museums and much more.Guests of this Magnuson Hotels affiliate will enjoy spacious rooms with continental breakfast, free wireless internet, and an outdoor pool.
6102 East 87th Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64138, United States
Day 6: Thu, Jul 30, 2009
Added Feb 14, 2009 by jlkimak
Denver is a bustling city of over 579,000 people supporting a metropolitan area of nearly 3 million. Though the city embraces its cowboy and mining past, it also looks forward to the future with a vibrant arts scene, dozens of great outdoor festivals and a variety of neighborhoods offering their own entertaining experiences. In addition, it provides access to the beautiful Rocky Mountains , only 15 miles west of town.
Late spring/early summer and early autumn are excellent times to visit Denver if you are an outdoor sports enthusiast. The weather is generally pleasant, and there is an abundance of outdoor festivals at these times. Of course, for skiing enthusiasts, winter is the best time to visit Denver. There are many ski resorts about 1 to 1/2-2 hours west of Denver along I-70, though the weekend traffic to these resorts can be very slow, especially in inclement weather.
Day 7: Fri, Jul 31, 2009
Day 8: Sat, Aug 1, 2009
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