The Parador Inn of Pittsburgh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... details, but enough of you know that about me. In the past five years or so, my life has settled to become so predictable and boring that I have finally reached the winter of my discontent (literally, considering that this is January in Pittsburgh). I love to live, laugh, dance, have fun and adventures, but I haven't been doing much of any of those lately. Hence my decision to book a two month trip to SE Asia so I can do all of those! Why ...
... cheer us up when we heard our flights would be canceled.
Judy and Ken, who joked with us at breakfast every morning about not being "Morning People"
Bob and Jill from England, whom we sat with the most. We loved their British accents and we felt like we got to know their family.
The waiter we had most ...
... Due to a few delays we didn't end up leaving NYC until about 6:30pm, which had only one advantage being that there would be almost no traffic once we were out of the city. Either way, Army and I split the first drive and about 20 minutes after I start driving I am pulled over by a cop for speeding. Thank you Pennsylvania for welcoming me with a speed trap. But I digress. We end up getting to ...
... quite simply blew my mind. One piece requires you to feel your way through pitch black corridors before sitting in total darkness for over quarter of an hour until your eyesight adjusts or you begin to experience visual hallucinations; another consists of a series of macabre and gruesome (yet comedic) audiovisual assaults while you are essentially locked in a small and dimly lit room. My favourite ...
Today I shadowed the clinical team on Neuro ICU at Presbyterian Hospital of UPMC today as they respond to the 'codes' within the hospital. Whilst they were handing over a Condition C was called on the overhead speaker system and I was fortunate enough to be able to attend. It was interesting to see that they have the same challenges during these situations of communication but the assessment and procedures ...