Chapel Valley Estate
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
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... the Carnegie Mellon campus and attended their information session. Te prospective students were more the diversity of Wheeler magnetic - more serious students and very Asian. They had 4 major schools - Engineering, Computer science, Fine Arts and Sciences. A smaller school yet the campus was close in size to the Pitt campus. Much more grass and a smaller campus ...
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 ...
... and I really hope our paths cross again. I reconnected with Joe Yan, an old college friend, which was an absolute blast. I am also going to continue Facebook stalking my crush from Hanoi. ;)
When I look back at all of my pictures from this trip, I almost want to cry because I am so humbled to have seen such amazing things and beautiful people.
Anyway, tomorrow it's back to work so I better get ready for that. I ...
... did well. Lenny and myself keep arguing who gets what, who sleeps where, who lives where, who gets the guest house,.... Seems like we both are in love with FLW's creations. We will never end this discussion for sure, knowing how stubborn we both are. We drove off at about 11am and went off to Pittsburgh, a 1,5hr-drive from Kentuck Knob. I must say I'm enjoying the winding roads out here. The first views we see driving into Pittsburgh are amazing... We did not really know what ...
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 ...