Hampton Inn Pittsburgh Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... flat iron for my ridiculous hair! I bought some plug adapters, a new phone that will actually work over there, a new Chromebook to stay in touch with people and to document my journey, made arrangements for my apartment and cats, and other things that I didn't even consider for my prior trip to Thailand. All that remains is getting a bunch of passport photos for my visas when I cross into other countries, and trimming down the items in my backpack. ...
... and you don't approach them with a set of predetermined assumptions or expectations. You simply meet them as they are, as you are, and invite them to be a friend. You care. You are open to others and you reach out to them with your own openness and concern. And that is clear in everything you do and the little things in how you treat people each and every day. Heather: You are a riot. As long as I've known you your fun, quirky eccentricity has been your defining characteristic, and ...
... The museum has some unusual exhibits. The first one I saw is GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked the World, a temporary exhibition of the National GUITAR Museum. Included in the exhibit is the world's largest guitar, which at 43.5 feet long is hard to miss. One section of the exhibit has instruments that lead up to the guitar. The other section has various guitars on display including one where the body had ...
... 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 ...
... stuck at the hotel unless you took a cab. We have done other tours and enjoyed being able to explore the cities on our own to find quaint places to dine. It wasn't happening this time. But at least we knew all of this ahead of time. Others in the group were surprised at all of the added costs and blamed Trafalgar. The wonderful tour guide informed the group that we should have been aware of this as it was listed as a cost saver trip with details explained ...