Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Beaver Valley
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... for foreigners to be there. Instead of trying to redo my itinerary, I've decided that I am just going to take things day by day and go where the spirit takes me. However, here are some of the cities/towns I hope to hit: Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang, Da Nang, Ha Long Bay, Hanoi, Vientiane, Luang Prubang, Chiang Rai, Ayathuya, Sukhothai, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Penang. Yes, I know those are a lot of places, ...
... he says. Quality of life my foot!
The best part of being back in Pittsburgh is getting back together with friends and relatives. It's fun hanging out and talking about what has been happening the past x - number of months, lying to one another about how good we look, how much weight we've lost (and found again) and so on. I started cardiac rehab for the month of April and I lost a whopping 4 pounds. After we started ...
... s friend is sports crazy, a lot of crazy! We all had to keep swapping seats, or holding items from around the room, or sit a certain way because of her multiple superstitious beliefs. No one them worked and the Pens lost (which i was stoked about, her not so much). It was a really good night as it felt like i wasn't on holidays.
I left the beautiful City of Pittsburgh earlier friday morning on a bus to NYC! Its going to be great. ...
... on there as well. The scenery consisted of much greenery passing by at high speeds. Typically, towns plant tall trees lining railroad tracks to cut down on noise and make it easier to live near a train track. Other than Harrisburg, the towns were very small and some quite charming. We would go for a few miles and then there would be a clearing where we saw many very weathered houses. They were typical eastern ...
... service rep called back and reported Trafalgar had chartered a 55 passenger bus to get our group of 20 home. We again had to take our luggage for a long walk to the landside pickup area. Char negotiated with those not part of our group to pick up the entire tips for the drivers in exchange for the bus ride. The drivers forgot their list of passengers when given their tips at the start of the ride. Some businessmen were so happy to ...