Yup. I pumped. Just once each night before bed. Never felt full at all. Got about 4oz each session. I had been pump weaned for a few months and felt like a total newbie at it. Like I really had to pay attention to assembling parts and making sure I didn't leave anything home. I rented a mini-fridge for the hotel room ($20 flat fee) and transported it all home via air. As someone suggested on another post, I froze cow's milk as ice packs and then packed the cold milk around the frozen CM in a large ziplock and packed that all tightly in a small lunch cooler. At my connection stop I had a restaurant fill up a small gallon ziplock with ice and added that to my lunch bag. All told the BM was out of the fridge for about 9hrs. The BM stayed plenty cold but the CM did start to thaw and get a bit slushy, so I am glad that I didn't try to transport frozen BM.
I totally missed DD of course but she did REALLY well. She only asked DH for milk once (during a 4am waking) but didn't put up too much fuss about it. She did take a small amount of BM in a sippy each night before bed (she usually nurses to bed) but that was it. So, I still have a bit of freezer stash left over (I had thought DH would have to use it all up). She had no problem going to bed or staying asleep (she went from 2 night wakings to 1 night waking) and behaved fine towards me the next day. She and DH had fun and I enjoyed some mommy down time and of course those 3 nights that I got to STTN were heaven!!!!! I was nervous at first, but she definitely wasn't any worse for wear!