Marriott Pittsburgh Airport
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... on the happenings back in California. She then brought out boxes of old photographs from generations and generations ago. She told us so many stories, a lot that I never knew, it was crazy! I was so happy to catch up, learn so much about our heritage and snap a few photos of photos to take home and share with my sisters. In the afternoon, Chris and I took a nice walk ...
... in the door. And now I'm back home, picking up my life right where I left it.
The past ten days have been quite an adventure. I thank my dad for passing his spontaneous, "I do what I want when I want" attitude on to me. I visited 6 different cities, saw 3 old friends, and made at least 4 new friends. I had my first experience couch surfing, staying with people who I have never met before, and it worked out as well as I could have ever ...
... enjoyed it, so we had our little tailgate then made our way to the stadium by walking through downtown and over the bridge one of many.. The atmosphere outside the stadium was unbelievable it was so much fun. We had great seats in the stadium, the worst part of the day was when they made me Put my cellphone in a bucket and it got left there. Luckily I got it back. The game was great the buccos won, all fans were ...
Good flight. Nice day in Pittsburgh. 60 and sunny Rented car and went to Hotel, drove through the Piit campus along the way Had a dinner at a place that Alex recommended - Fuel and Fuddle - good solid bar type food Drive throughout Carnegic Mellon campus. Hadn't realized that the campuses are right next to each other. Pitt and CMU tours ...
... quality horsing around time with them at the pool. It was a good thing too, since the Salvation Army seemed to be getting a huge delivery of food for their hunger programs...which meant that we would have had even less room than we had all week. For the last day it was a welcome change of pace, and it meant we would all have the ability to spend a little more time bonding and interacting with the kids rather than just trying to manage the chaos of them ...