Road Trip to Pittsburgh
March has been quite the month. In order to stick to my celebrate-the-whole-month goal, we’ve been busy (having fun :)). Last weekend was no different as we visited some old friends out in Pittsburgh. They moved from York two years ago and we hadn’t seen them since. It was great catching up but even better that it felt like no time had past at all. Sadly, I neglected to take any pictures other than one of the sweet view outside their apartment in the downtown area:
It was a really quick trip for us but we still managed to squeeze in a stop at Primanti Brother’s for lunch and the opening game for the Pittsburgh Power, the indoor football team. Primanti Brother’s is a sandwich shop famous for inventing the Pittsburgh-style fry and coleslaw stuffed size-of-your-head sandwich. Poor hubby had a tooth infection and couldn’t eat one. He’s still talking about wanting to go back so he can try one the sandwiches.
Sadly he also missed out on this:
It was not only my birthday but also the hubs and one of our friends that we were visiting. Naturally I wanted to celebrate with a fancy and scrumptious chocolate and vanilla cake from Copper Crust Company. Copper Crust is a bakery inside Central Market that makes the best chocolate croissants in the history of chocolate croissants. So when a I figured out a way that I could get my hands on one of their cakes with out risking eating the whole thing myself, I jumped on it. The general consensus (minus the hubs – poor guy) was that it was worth every calorie, even if you do have to risk eating the whole thing to get one.
Though it was a quick trip it super fun and so worth it. Have a Happy Easter friends! So sad my birthday month is over in a few days…