Monday, July 23, 2012
Pittsburgh's Vintage Car Show
Like I said in my last post, we went to the Vintage Car Show in Pittsburgh on Saturday. I wasn't sure if I'd like it. I am not exactly prone to car talk.
The atmosphere and people were much different than what I would have expected. People set up wine and cheese picnics and watched the Grand Prix race. Some people even brought champagne. There were prizes for the best cars in certain categories.
While waiting in what would have been a terribly long line for beer, the vendor took pity on us and gave us free beers and souvenir glasses. We finished our beers as we perused the show. There were also delicious food stands with Italian sausage, funnel cake and lemonade.
The German and British cars were by far my favorite. I am surprised to say that I really liked it. Next year I want to pack my own wine and cheese picnic to watch the Grand Prix.
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