The Exploration Continues

Millvale Travel Blog

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SFAU and I awoke early and walked around the corner to Pamela's Diner in Millvale. We got there just after 8 a.m., and were seated immediately. I’m glad we came early, because we were already tucking into a good breakfast by the time the crowds arrived.
We then went to visit Attic Records, but it wasn’t yet open, so we ducked into Esther’s Hobby Shop for a while. After visiting Attic Records, we walked around downtown Millvale (there wasn’t very much to it). On the way home we stopped at Jean-Marc Chatellier's French Bakery, and SFAU bought some delicious-looking macaroons, then we returned home before heading out to the Strip District.



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