Extended Stay America - Pittsburgh - Airport
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In the final stages of planning our August 24 month long adventure in France. We will be landing in Paris at CDG airport on the morning of the 25th and trying to somehow find our way to the train station where we will get a train to Amiens - our first stop on our adventure.
Want to experience the adventure of traveling without preset places to stay, but geez luize it is kind of scary so am trying to put together a loose itinerary with lots of freedom built in - ...
... cup or snacks. It's the Buccos so of course go to the game, with some maneuvering and quick thinking it all was perfect. Quick diaper change in the bathroom before game, slice of pizza for the beastie (thank god we've made the full switch to real food, no baby food or mush, just making sure pieces are small enough and not too hard to bite through) so off to the game. It reassured me so much because we did it on the fly, as we travel we'll have to think fast ...
... with you all. I'm
hoping to be able to update it periodically, but once we are in the
Eastern Region and out in the field working in the clinics I'm not sure
how much internet access I will have. But I'll do my best!
Aaron (and Matt)
... up and looking pretty.
Walking the other direction also gave us a good opportunity to see a different side of the city. Not quite as quaint but still really nice. Again the city is very clean and it felt very safe to walk around here.
We found the :Monongahela Incline" and a return trip was only $3.50 each (£2.25). It is a very old incline system built in 1870 and is one of two inclines remaining from a time when the city had 15! It has a length ...
... the next was 3pm. No we didn't want to wait that long in the heat.
I spied some water boats and decided this would be a good way to see part of the city. so bought tickets and boarded a few minutes before the 2pm. sailing.
We were informed that Pittsburgh has 446 bridges, thus beating Venice by 3!
It also boasts 3 rivers all merging in one corner: the Monongahela, the first one we rode ...