Performer Danny Kay famously described travel as taking “a journey into yourself.” In the suburban borough of Monroeville, PA, your journey comprises navigating the bustling streets and mastering the inner workings of public transportation, the arterial flow of buses and trains pumping people, life, and culture through transition points. Sprawling parks with leafy trees encourage you to stop and rest awhile, taking a break from any schedule you might have. A destination is just another type of starting point, after all, and in Monroeville, PA, hotels make for convenient points to refresh before beginning another leg in your journey.
Following where your feet lead can deliver you to places you’d never have found otherwise. Out in nature, away from the stores, restaurants and hotels in Monroeville, PA, the noise of the world is reduced to a dim hum under the sound of dirt under your shoes and the breath filling your lungs. There are some 650 acres of parks and green spaces to explore when you visit, such as Heritage Park, Pioneer Park, and Community Park. End the day trailing the scent of afternoon barbecue smoke and sunscreen back to one of the rental cars in Monroeville. Pittsburg is just 15 miles west and wheeling over bridge after bridge in Steel City imbues you with a certain lofty euphoria that might only be matched by cheering in the stands with raucous crowds at a Steelers game. With a hoarse voice and tired feet, you can either head back to Monroeville hotels or book one of Travelocity’s affordable Pittsburgh hotels to make the move from upright to supine a quicker one.
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