Where should I go on the East Coast of the US if I don't drive?

noam, modified 5 Months ago at 4/29/22 1:34 PM
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Where should I go on the East Coast of the US if I don't drive?

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I live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  It seems like the nearby places are all located in rural areas that aren't very accessible by plane/bus.  Any suggestions?  Thanks.
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terry, modified 5 Months ago at 4/29/22 1:57 PM
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RE: Where should I go on the East Coast of the US if I don't drive?

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sitting on a platform
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Z , modified 5 Months ago at 4/29/22 8:21 PM
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RE: Where should I go on the East Coast of the US if I don't drive?

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Many centers will often have a car or a service that will pick you up from nearby airports and train/bus stations as many retreatants are not driving directly to the center. Some centers like IMS will have rideshare options available as well. 
Robert L, modified 5 Months ago at 4/30/22 9:55 AM
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RE: Where should I go on the East Coast of the US if I don't drive?

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No better place than where you are at. No better time than the present.
noam, modified 5 Months ago at 5/3/22 12:17 PM
Created 5 Months ago at 5/3/22 12:17 PM

RE: Where should I go on the East Coast of the US if I don't drive?

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Thanks.  I thought about IMS but found a place locally (Zen Center of Pittsburgh) that apparently does weeklong retreats.

I know I could just lock myself in an airbnb for a week but I think it'll be easier if there are other people/external structure.

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