Motel 6 Pittsburgh - Cranberry
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... details, but enough of you know that about me. In the past five years or so, my life has settled to become so predictable and boring that I have finally reached the winter of my discontent (literally, considering that this is January in Pittsburgh). I love to live, laugh, dance, have fun and adventures, but I haven't been doing much of any of those lately. Hence my decision to book a two month trip to SE Asia so I can do all of those! Why ...
... on the road again (note the country misic reference!) and head towards Fallingwater, the location of the last house that we were visiting. The drive was through some lovely country, a state park, away from the city. The house is set in the middle of a forest and a stream runs under it....stunning. Google it and you'll see what I mean. About an hour later we hit the road again and stop at a small cafe where we noticed some Harleys parked ...
... Pittsburgh is such a good looking city, surrounded by two rivers that meet at the point of downtown. That night I went to my first ever Major League Baseball game. Ive never really been into baseball, i always thought it was boring and well it sorta was. It was still a good night though, having beers and hotdogs at the ballpark (not really watching much baseball). Sadly the pirates lost 6-0 so that really sucked.
... between the love of God, and the love of man. Thank you for
watering the seed or burning desire to impact the people that God has
entrusted to me without wavering. Thank you for showing me that it is
in fact OK to say "No." Really...Thank You for everything! Pittsburgh,
you have contributed to my willingness to be open to what is ahead
understanding that it truly is a different world, than where I've come
Our flight from Rome was uneventful. Can't say the same for the rest of the trip. As we mentioned previously, each leg of our airfare was booked separately. So once we landed at Newark we had to pick up our luggage at the international area, go through customs then lug our suitcases to another terminal to get our boarding passes for PIT. And since it was the beginning of the Fourth of July weekend to say it was crowded is an ...