Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Greentree
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 we got a fair sleep in because we didn't have to do much traveling today as all we did was walk around the city of where my dad grew up as a kid, and spent a bit of coin on some souvenirs. It started off with a buffet breakfast, the buffet was pretty small to be honest. There was only a few cereals, a few types of toast and then ...
... wouldn't bother us we took our chairs at the table and Bryan disappeared inside to get the drinks.
When he came out (wearing his Koh Tao, Thailand tee shirt) the man at the next table shouts out "Sawatdee khap". (Thai for hello).
Well that just got the conversation going and what a character he turned out to be too. Oh the stories he told us. He was in his 70s and feeling frustrated that his wife did not want to travel and enjoy their ...
From Carlisle yesterday we came through towns called Bedford,and Somerset, there was even one named Scotland.
One could easily be mistaken for travelling through England!
The traffic even at 3pm was diabolical, so it was bumper to bumper as we made our way slowly to the hotel in West Pittsburgh.
Paul was exhausted. He hates not knowing where he's meant to be going. One minute we're in one lane ...