Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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- Drycleaning onsite
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But many many happy memories.
It was sad to leave our friends @ Germantown, near Washington. Once again, we are reminded how generous people are with their time and hospitality.
Our journey will now take us in a north-westerley direction with our eventual goal being the Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming before the winter sets in.
On the way we will meet up with some other friends who we last saw in 2003 in Chad's home ...
... town. We took photos for grandpa and had a little look around the town and had some lunch there. We had lunch at an Italian place which was perfecto. I really enjoyed it and I think my family did also. When we got back tot the hotel at about 4. We sat around for a bit then we went to the hotel lobby for dinner which again was another painful ...
... today. After about 4 hours of driving and walking we headed back to the hotel for a rest and we looked over all of the pictures. For dinner we ordered our food at about 6:15. But our food didn't come out for about 45 minutes and they didn't even say an apology for it being so late. The food was ok but I wouldn't say it was worth the ...
... we would see him in Rio or not. It's nice that we inspire people to live their dreams whether he carries it through or not.
Pittsburgh is the home of Andy Warhol, The Pittsburgh Steelers, The first ferris wheel, the first polio vaccine, the first game of bingo and Geoff Goldblum! Also Henry John Heinz created the H.J. Heinz Company, synonymous today with its famous ketchup. Based in Pittsburgh since 1869, the ...
... It only stopped if someone wanted to get off, or at designated stops to get on.
First stop was coffee at Makkers.
Not bad, I managed to get the girl to understand I wanted the cup 3/4 full so I could put cold milk in. They even had a small bottle of cold milk for patrons to buy!
We then strolled along to a mall, where I found a place that said "Welcome to Pittsburgh". It was an information ...