Days Inn Pittsburgh-Harmarville
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Today was again a pretty good start with a bit of a sleep in. Today we had planned to go to beaver falls, another place where my dad grew up, and see more houses there and spend the day in that town. When we got to beaver falls it seemed like a town with many units and it was like out of a TV show were every knows everyone. But it was a ...
... today. After about 4 hours of driving and walking we headed back to the hotel for a rest and we looked over all of the pictures. For dinner we ordered our food at about 6:15. But our food didn't come out for about 45 minutes and they didn't even say an apology for it being so late. The food was ok but I wouldn't say it was worth the ...
Today we drove to boston. It was a pretty long drive but i was glad when we got there we could relax. So we got the car from the hire car place and started our trip to boston. The trip was long and boring but i was lucky to get through two movies before my iPad went flat. For lunch we stopped at a servo and we all got some stuff from burger king. It was the same as hungry jacks. I couldn't complete a cheeseburger because it was so big! After lunch we got some snacks ...
... to be sure.
The first week of September our son, daughter-in-law (Zac and Rebecca) and year old granddaughter (Annie) will be joining us in Nancy for a few days. Annie's first trip,
Then we will be heading south to Colman, Chamois, Lyon and then over to the Dordogne area - then up to the Loire Valley, Normandy and back to Paris for a few days,
Want to record this trip - and this is easier than keeping handwritten journals.
So bye for now
... ask? Pittsburgh is surrounded by three rivers, the Ohio which is formed out of the convergence of the Monongahela and the Allegheny. After a quick stop PPG Place to admire nearly 20,000 plates of glass windows in that building precinct (some window cleaners were there, I'm sure that's a full time job) we stopped at Station Square overlooking Monongahela River for lunch. I opted for a spot in the sun of an outdoor cafe in front of a fountain called Waltzing Waters. ...