Extended Stay America - Pittsburgh - Airport
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... Bodali, in India. They are in the small town of Beaver Falls near Pittsburgh. Excited about the prospect of seeing them again.
Our departure from Germantown was on a very wet morning and unfortunately things did not improve on the way north. The scenery was looking good but would have been even better were it not for the driving rain that lashed at us most of the day.
I keep reminding myself, this is travelling not always a holiday.
Today was again a pretty good start with a bit of a sleep in. Today we had planned to go to beaver falls, another place where my dad grew up, and see more houses there and spend the day in that town. When we got to beaver falls it seemed like a town with many units and it was like out of a TV show were every knows everyone. But it was a ...
... and eggs, so not a huge variety. We headed out in our car at about 10:30 to see some of the addresses that grandpa had left us. The first one we failed to find because the address wasn't there. We spent a good 25 minutes looking around for it. The second two were very close of each other with were easy to find as they are still ...
... stopped a few times on the way and the scenery was very very pretty. We stopped briefly at Baltimore, Maryland; then Grantsville, Maryland; Morgantown, West Virginia (no we didn't see the Blue Ridge Mountains or those Country Roads!) and all the time there was just miles and miles of forest as far as the eye could see.
We arrived in Pittsburg at 7pm and luckily our hotel for the night is just over the road from the bus station. Perfect.
... 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 ...