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Travel Blogs from Somerset
... with someone who really enjoys teaching. The ride into downtown Pittsburgh was a desire of mine given its history in steel production. The downtown presents well. It is at the confluence of 3 rivers and so there seem to be more bridges than streets. All steel bridges of course. Exiting the city included a ride in "Steel Valley" where much of the steel manufacturing occurred. Still ...
... impressive bruising on their upper arms for their efforts. Then some of the club members stood up to show us how it should be done. We then wandered on to watch some of the tennis. Vicki and I walked the perimeter of the golf course before having a siesta. Dinner tonight was on the lodge terrace under a large marquee. We had just sat down when it starting to pour with rain and there was spectacular thunder and lightening. After dinner the tables were moved back for ...
... on the road we passed through the village of Jones Mills so knew we were getting close. We followed the Google Maps instructions to Pike Run Rd and ended up at a run down house in a field of corn that had animal skulls hung along the fence posts. Tom had said the place was rustic but none of us thought this was the right place. We back tracked to the main road and phoned Tom. We had overshot the correct turn off. When we pulled in we were relieved to ...
I received this message from Silke, our tour director this morning and needed to share it with you all - especially the kids: (I translated it for you non-German speakers)
Two days ago I left you in Koblenz. I hope you've had a good trip to Frankfurt and a pleasant flight home.
Now you will rest yourselves, unpack the suitcase, unwrap the souvenirs, unload the memory cards of your cameras and dream of your ...
All our bags are packed, we're ready to go,
We're standing here, outside the school,
I'd hate to repack or say good-bye.
But the dawn is breakin', it's early morn`,
The bus's waiting, he's blowin' his horn.
Already I'm so excited I could die.
So please do not kiss me
Tell me that ...