Holiday Inn Weirton
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... the time I was planning to be in Vietnam is during their Tet. For those of you who recall learning about the Vietnam War and the Tet Offensive in high school, Tet is the Vietnamese New Year, and it lasts about nine days. It's their most important holiday, and it is very heavy on family reunions and such; apparently a lot of businesses and offices shut down and the price of goods and services increases during this period. So it is apparently not a ...
Friday we bundled up after a leisurely breakfast at Dan's house, and headed to the Frick House. The Frick is a mansion that was owned by one of the great robber barrons of the industrial age. The house was appropriately grand, with interesting art on the walls, beautiful decorations everywhere, and history oozing out the walls. Felt a bit like a poor man's (!) Downton ...
... It was four stories, wall to wall and floor to ceiling packed with new and used bicycle parts. I MEAN PACKED. Pictures to follow. There is a back area with 5 or so stands complete with all the tools you could imagine completely free of charge to the use of any customers. The only charge goes to new parts. To our surprise we met 4 cyclists from Richmond Virginia touring through the area out towards Chicago. Similar in age. We spoke for a long time and exchanged ...
... 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 ...
We weren't planning on traveling to Italy until we retired in a few years but we were asked by friends to join them on a closed group trip organized by a retired Beaver County teacher. She was using an Avoya Travel rep from NJ to book the Trafalgar trip instead of a local travel agent as she had used Avoya for student trips. All sounded great at our first meeting and we had traveled with Trafalgar before so knew they hosted great itineraries. Like the others, ...