Visiting Pittsburgh is always an adventure. I finally made my way to Primanti Bros., where the french fries abound. In Pittsburgh, sandwiches come with the fries on the inside. Originally that was to make lunches easier for workers in the Strip District to eat on the go. It stuck around because it’s delicious. I also got to see the Rubber Duck floating in the Allegheny River. What a site to behold! Dutch artist, Florentijn Hofman, dreamed up this 40ft. attraction that travels around to different cities. Until next time, Pittsburgh!
U da trav’ler. My old home town of Pittsburgh Pee Ayy. My family lived in North Hills when I was a teen (so last century). Sis travels from Ohio for Steelers games. She was there yesterday. She has as much Steelers stuff as you have Nike.
that’s so funny! What a small world, huh? Pittsburgh is a cool city. The first time I went, I was blown away by the skyline. I expected it to be smaller I think. Yesterday’s game must have been a fun one to see. Aside from the rain.
Beautiful photos as always and I love the Idea of the fries directly into the sandwich, love your look with the wide leg jeans 🙂 !
Thanks so much! you’re sweet 🙂
holy crap that is a huge duck!! hahah love the pics 🙂
isn’t it? I want one in my backyard!
A french fries stuffed sandwich? Oh nooo. :p
it’s good! you should try it!
I was very impressed my first trip to Pittsburgh. Lovely city, and yes, I got the Primanti sandwich too!
I still hate their football team though. (I’m a Browns fan)
haha it is a lovely city! 🙂
I’m from Texas! but I’m not a Cowboys fan.
Ahh yes. I now live in Texas (orig from Ohio), and I’m not a Cowboy fan either. Drives my friends nuts who are though! Haha
haha I totally understand that! Where do you live in Texas?
I’m in Dallas. Where were you from?
I grew up in Longview, not too far from Dallas. I’m in Chicago now.
Not a bad move!
haha! I like it!
you have given me nike lust
You have to get a pair of these sneaker wedges! They’re so great!
Great post, as always. And your hair! Gorgeous!
Aw thank you so much, Nina 🙂