Super 8 Pittsburgh Airport
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Hey friends! So this is where I've decided to keep my travel blog while I am away in Southeast Asia. Let me start by saying that my trip is still 13 days away, but I wanted to give a little introduction and present my tentative itinerary.
I'm turning 38 in February, and I guess this is where I admit that I am having a bit of a midlife crisis. I had very humble beginnings, but I've had a pretty awesome life, if I say so myself. We won't get ...
... of Eastern Ohio with its small, compressed towns and poor small holdings. Our destination was the town of East Liverpool and we found it in the middle of a Sunday afternoon. We found its broken streets and empty shops, its faded past and lost future. It seemed like a town of lost dreams and there seemed to be nothing of value there for travellers like us. And yet, we had come to that place in search of a lost treasure. A story worth the search. All we had to do was find it.
... I was struck by the quiet genuineness and depth of your spiritual side this week. I truly hope that is something in you that you continue to foster, and that continues to grow. McKayla: It is almost hard to sit and write about the positive qualities of McKayla, because as so many of us know she is one of the sweetest, most genuine, caring, smart, and just downright comfortable to be around people that many of us even know. When people are around you, you just make us all feel ...
... 37 bucks to get from Chicago to Pittsburgh ... mostly for roads in Indiana and Ohio where we didn't even stop - except to pay tolls! Do these people not know that this money could be better spent elsewhere? ... for example, lunch out at the Belgian beer bar ... somewhere it'll make a real difference to the US economy.
We arrived in Pittsburgh quite late on Friday after a long drive, so didn't do much apart from Kevin [aka Editor ...
Kenya March 2011
By: Barb Thompson
The March 2011 journey to Kenya began for me a year earlier with Doctor Stanko asking, "So what are your dreams?" I heard myself say I wanted to go on a missions trip with my 12 year old daughter, Hannah. The rest is history as he appointed me the art director right on the spot. Our mission combined a remarkable mix of travel, team building, outreach to orphans, with time for enjoyment of ...