Fairfield Inn Pittsburgh Cranberry Township
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Well we left my sister's place in Michigan today and headed in the direction of Washington DC. Again Leigh told me not to be sad - not sure I was able to obey. We set the alarm for 6am and left about 8am - it was only just becoming light. It was raining. Poor Glen - we were on a 5 lane freeway, in a traffic jam, in the rain, in Detroit. My biggest fear was getting shot while just sitting there. Again, Glen did so well with his driving and we have ...
... of my closest friends from back home in Harrisburg, PA. Dan is in Dublin for the semester, Liz is in London and Abbey is coming over to meet us for some adventures that are truly found once in a lifetime. I'm pumped, apprehensive, anxious and ready to go!
Until then, I'll keep waiting on the floor of this Greyhound in Pittsburgh. I'm headed home to give a rousing "see you later" to my family. I won't be home for Thanksgiving, ...
... to the Kitchen Theater for two of their demonstrations. One was on how to flambe something. The other was how to make ice cream using liquid nitrogen. The demonstrations are mostly aimed at children but I found them mildly interesting.
Another exhibit is the SeaScape Coral Reef, with five interconnected aquariums. It was unusual seeing the fish swimming through the clear tubes that connect the ...
... silently protest holiday scheduling. Our group coordinator called Trafalgar customer service which told us to take our luggage and proceed to the United customer service area many gates away. She promised to call back as soon as she came up with a solution. Some in our group with air miles decided not to chance it and were able to get the few remaining seats on a USAir flight to Pittsburgh later that night. We (really Char) invited ...
... saw that we would be paying for a lot of excursions (example: admission to Pompeii) that were included in the first itinerary. Decided we could live with it as we had been prepared to pay the price of the first trip. But it wasn't until we received the list of hotels in our travel documents that we realized the less expensive tour hotels were not centrally located in the cities. This meant that if you didn't pay for the optional excursions or highlight dinners ...