Candlewood Suites - Pittsburgh Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Carnegie Mellon campus and attended their information session. Te prospective students were more the diversity of Wheeler magnetic - more serious students and very Asian. They had 4 major schools - Engineering, Computer science, Fine Arts and Sciences. A smaller school yet the campus was close in size to the Pitt campus. Much more grass and a smaller campus ...
Good flight. Nice day in Pittsburgh. 60 and sunny Rented car and went to Hotel, drove through the Piit campus along the way Had a dinner at a place that Alex recommended - Fuel and Fuddle - good solid bar type food Drive throughout Carnegic Mellon campus. Hadn't realized that the campuses are right next to each other. Pitt and CMU tours ...
... have found that I prefer traveling solo. I had a few bumps here and there, but there were no disasters. If I had traveled with another person the entire time, I would have covered a lot less area. It's easier when you don't have to negotiate what to do or where to go with other people, and I think I'm pretty good at researching things beforehand, listening to other travelers' advice, and putting all the pieces together in the ...
... who have gone before and seven newbies. We have seven white folk and six black folk. We number three men and ten women.
The team is divided into 4 sub-teams: Bible, music, recreation and crafts. Each team has prepared for what they know and tried to anticipate the unknown. They are taking rec equipment, Bible teaching aids, crafts material (enough to work with hundreds of children), and musical equipment. Everyone is taking a laptop ...
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