Comfort Inn - Pittsburgh / Steubenville Pike
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... to be sure.
The first week of September our son, daughter-in-law (Zac and Rebecca) and year old granddaughter (Annie) will be joining us in Nancy for a few days. Annie's first trip,
Then we will be heading south to Colman, Chamois, Lyon and then over to the Dordogne area - then up to the Loire Valley, Normandy and back to Paris for a few days,
Want to record this trip - and this is easier than keeping handwritten journals.
So bye for now
... go with the flow throughout. This made me feel as though we were superheroes. It helps that Zac and I have always been this way, we don't follow the norm of you have to be home promptly for naptime or bedtime, meals aren't always planned and sometimes stuff just happens to throw everything off, we make sure Annie's happy but in turn make sure she joins our life not vice versa. I think France will definitely be a test but wouldn't have it any other way. Here's to ...
Angela- Just made a pit stop for food. I've been driving all morning and have a few more hours before Seth takes over. Its beautiful in this part of the country. No city traffic, buildings and very little cars on the road. Seth- I've learned that Angela ...
... Pittsburgh accent which is quite soft and nice to listen to, oh and did we listen...and listen ...and listen. She chatted non stop and barely stopped for breath. I think we had her whole life story.
The bus left at 11:30 and took 7 1/2 hours to get to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Our bus driver was a woman and she was also a bit of a character. Not a typical stereotype lady bus driver but did she have some road rage in her that had to come out!
... 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 ...