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... streets over. We must have climbed 300 steps to scale that cliff. There were houses off the path to the left on the way up. I don't know how they get their groceries up let alone how they manage when they have to move furniture in and out. Several streets over we came to Coit Tower. Lillie Coit was considered eccentric, smoking cigars and wearing trousers long before it was socially acceptable for women to do so. She was a gambler and dressed like a man in order to ...
... br> The tour was Google was great. So grateful to Sara's boyfriend for being so nice to me. Sara and her boyfriend were beyond kind to arrange for me to see Google. That kind of visit was unique and I will never forget it.
Sara drove us to downtown Palo Alto. She took me to a famous cafe called Coupa Cafe. A lot of famous people go there Sara told me.
After drinking my iced chai, we chilled at a park. So relaxing to just chill on the grass. ...
... to watch out for cyclists! It was certainly a long day of walking - but so worth it!
After we arrived back at the hotel, there was a wine reception in the front lobby. Now normally I don’t drink much wine - but this was free wine….so today I drank wine!
After dinner, we jumped on the cable car again and went to Union Square. Some of the stores were closed, so we will have to revisit this area for some retail therapy!
... at using this Smart Phone. We had a good position in the groups boarding the plane and got good seats, and more importantly space in the overhead lockers for our carryons.
The flight was supposed to be 55 minutes but turned out to be a little longer as we had to circle around after the control tower told them to due to a potential “conflict” with another airline taking off. In the meantime, we got a great view of the ...
... but down here it turned out to be quite a walk away. We split up again and Grant and I headed for the main quad. "Where are we going?", Grant asked. "I'm looking for life" I answered. It was so quiet. I finally decided that it reminded me of a summer session at any other school - a sparsely populated campus in the hot sun.
The main quad of Stanford is gorgeous. But of course it's hot and sparsely populated. Quiet too. It's completely tiled over, ...