Fairfield Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Neville Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... may have to cut down a few, but let's just say these places are definitely on my list.
I was in Thailand two years ago for about two weeks, but this trip obviously involves a lot more planning. From obtaining a two month Thai tourist visa (since I will be beginning and ending my trip in Bangkok, and probably using it as the hub of my travels) to finding the perfect backpack, I am pretty close to being ready. I even had to buy a new ...
... pretzel with that grainy mustard; Hungarian goulash; Dutch cheeses; the many bouquets of wine.
Kath and Ric have left our apartment now, and it seems quiet. We'll probably fall asleep very early tonight.
Before we left the ship, I went to the concierge desk to write a small thank you message in the guest book. ...
... to find a garage round the corner for 9 bucks cheaper, checked in to the hotel, which was another big fancy place that j found on the cheap through hotwire and almost immediately hit the town.
The hotel receptionist told us about this place near by called the tilted kilt. Sounded like a laugh and a taste of home so we went along. Now, despite getting their branding entirely wrong, covering themselves in ...
... January morning, they disembarked and were met by the Mighty LLLeader Barbara, who brought them to the house, in the splendid city of Auckland. And there their adventures really began.After a rest, the travelers awoke and took stock of their situation. No cell phones, no internet, no car, no bank account, and still no hot water: they found themselves feeling positively flummoxed, beginning to wonder whether they had not stumbled into a most ...
... way home that they bought everyone coffee or pop at our turnpike bathroom stop. They then surprised us when we returned to the bus by passing back a garbage bag filled with candy bars and snacks. I'm sure the items were turned in on an expense account but we felt like it was Halloween. Our son was to originally pick us up at the airport when we got home. But Char noticed a young father with a Seneca Valley T-shirt at the United checkin ...