Motel 6 Pittsburgh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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In the final stages of planning our August 24 month long adventure in France. We will be landing in Paris at CDG airport on the morning of the 25th and trying to somehow find our way to the train station where we will get a train to Amiens - our first stop on our adventure.
Want to experience the adventure of traveling without preset places to stay, but geez luize it is kind of scary so am trying to put together a loose itinerary with lots of freedom built in - ...
It's August 7th, 24 days before we leave for France. It's our first trip as a family. Annie will be a little over 14 months old. I was kind of dreading the whole thing, how we will we do it, will Annie be a nightmare. I had a glimpse of what it could be several nights ago and my fears have been eased. The story goes we met down at the ballpark intending to walk home, met some people who offered us tickets. What to do? We have no bottle, one diaper, some wipes and ...
... driving fast. The speed limit in Ohio is 70 and when Angela saw that she giggled like a child who was given ice cream for dinner. Usually we're in NYC traffic so she's stuck going slowly. How will she react when we get to a state where the speed limit is ...
... stopped a few times on the way and the scenery was very very pretty. We stopped briefly at Baltimore, Maryland; then Grantsville, Maryland; Morgantown, West Virginia (no we didn't see the Blue Ridge Mountains or those Country Roads!) and all the time there was just miles and miles of forest as far as the eye could see.
We arrived in Pittsburg at 7pm and luckily our hotel for the night is just over the road from the bus station. Perfect.
... stood out. In the room they have used a number of the materials donated by the British Government from the bombed House of Commons (1941). There was also a cornerstone piece from 10 Downing St. A pretty cool space to learn in my opinion! The chapel was a gift from Henry John Heinz (yes, the founder of the Heinz that features on many a dinner table!) to honour his late mother with a building at the University. Although he died before his dream could be realised, ...