MainStay Suites Pittsburgh Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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Hey friends! So this is where I've decided to keep my travel blog while I am away in Southeast Asia. Let me start by saying that my trip is still 13 days away, but I wanted to give a little introduction and present my tentative itinerary.
I'm turning 38 in February, and I guess this is where I admit that I am having a bit of a midlife crisis. I had very humble beginnings, but I've had a pretty awesome life, if I say so myself. We won't get ...
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Upon landing, you could see relief on everyone's face that we were home. It was hard to ask the kids to wait for everyone instead of rushing ahead because some were just too eager to see their families. But I told them we had to finish the trip the way we ended it - together. Some families met us upstairs, while the majority were downstairs by baggage claim. There was a lot of hugging, Frau panicked for a few minutes because for the first time in the ...
... that charge a cover, and Mashal offered to show me the Cathedral of Learning at the University of Pittsburgh. I'm definitely thinking about taking them up on those offers.
When I checked in, I noticed that the hotel was holding a raffle for a Pens jersey signed by Letang, and of course, I had to sign up for that. Tanger isn't my favorite player (that would be Geno), but he's still a great hockey player.
Speaking of Geno, did you guys ...
... For lunch I had a salad in the gardens cafe where all the ingredients were home-grown. I was a little bit worried that I was changing too much when I was craving a salad but it just goes to show how much sugar is in the food here. From here, I walked across to the Carnagie Museum which was the natural history museum and adjoined the art gallery which housed the Carnagie International Collection. ...