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Initially we came to Pittsburgh looking to see the Andy Warhol museum and visit the Carnegie Hall where the last lecture was given... And then we saw the sky and knew we had to find a spot for sunset. The top hit was Mount Washington. Getting there was pretty cool, the mountain side was filled with full house style houses. And freeways through mountains. Once you get to Mount Washington stay on Grandview Ave for the ...
... as the prettiest little village in Pennsylvania. I think we have seen some far prettier places but maybe they did not have village status.
We passed through Armish country and saw a number of horse drawn carriages. The views across the hills and valleys were lovely. Farms dotted the countryside with fields of corn, maize and green paddocks with cows and occasionally some sheep.
Our tour took us to Mt Davis which is the highest point in Pennsylvania. ...
... After lunch we headed out to Oakland which is the home to the University of Pittsburgh's main campus. We saw two main buildings there, the Cathedral of Learning and the Heinz Memorial Chapel. The 42 storey "cathedral" built in 1926 is used for lectures. Two of the floors are known as the Nationality Rooms. The rooms have been designed to recreate cultural periods prior to the University's founding in 1787. I only went to a couple of the 29 rooms but one, the ...
... I haven't had much of an appetite at all. I figured that not having work or school would mean that I wouldn't be too busy to remember to eat three meals a day. Unfortunately, that hasn't been the case so far. I have yet to have had more than two meals in one day, and most of those days, I actually only ended up having one. I need to do better.
Actually, I just realized that I have only had seven meals since I left a week ago… Huh. ...
... in the light as you walked. My first meeting was in the faculty building where I met the PICU doctor in charge of their 'codes' (what we would call crash calls but they differentiate into categories 'condition A' a cardiac or respiratory arrest or other emergency, 'condition C' something extremely urgent which is a critically ill child but not as severe and then 'condition H' where a family trigger a response as they fear that their child ...
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