Pittsburgh International Hostel on Warrington (closed)
in Allentown on the South Side of Pittsburgh
This was the hostel at the corner of Arlington and Warrington Avenues. Warrington
Avenue is on the right and is in on the light rail line directly to downtown
Pittsburgh (behind you in this photo). This picture was taken before the
exterior was completely finished and doesn't show the new facade and signage.
The Travel Center is on the corner and the entrance to the hostel is immediately
to the left of the travel center. The parking lot for the hostel is one
block to the left up Arlington Avenue. The dorms were on the second and
third floors, while the kitchen, dining area, and common rooms were on the
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"To provide inexpensive educational travel, intercultural understanding,
and an understanding of the natural environment through hostels, hostelling,
and outdoor recreation."
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January 21, 2006