The Hensley House

Address: 456 N Third St, San Jose, California, 95112, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from San Jose


A travel blog entry by barbbledsoe on Oct 12, 2013

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... shoulder by Collie - grrrr!) and was served a hot chicken (I think that's what it was) dinner upon waking. The salad was a tad warm but I ate it nonetheless because that will be the last time I eat raw vegetables for the next two and a half weeks. After numerous trips to the bathroom and short walks up and down the aisles, I ran out of things to keep me entertained so I finally settled in my seat and watched four movies. I haven't watched that much television since the ...


A travel blog entry by newzealandus on Jun 18, 2013

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... once we landed in San Francisco though. Not such a great night. Left ATL at 6 and sat in the plane for an hour to let a storm pass. In turn, we missed our connecting flight. We met an Indian boy named Abin. He's a doctoral student studying audiology in NZ. He stayed with us through our whole debacle last night. We all shared a shuttle to the hotel and we are going to spend the day ...

Hugging trees and hunting Bigfoot!

A travel blog entry by lozjg on May 25, 2013

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... then drove really fast over a bumpy track he called the roller coaster! He also told us about his two encounters with Bigfoot; once he had seen a massive rock tossed into the river out if the trees, one that was too heavy for a man or a bear to pick up, and the other time he had heard gunshots on his property one evening so went to investigate, and had heard a very heavy breathing very close to him in the dense wilderness.... soooo scary!! The next group ...

Beautiful Castroville

A travel blog entry by outsidebreak on Oct 08, 2012

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... will run you $60. That is not a typo. $60 for a square of land to set your tent on. It was dark and we realized there were hotel rooms for $60 that would have a bed and a hot shower, so we started looking around for options. We realized Santa Cruz hotels would be expensive, as would places in Monterey down the road. However, beautiful Castroville lies right in the middle of the two, and is home to the Artichoke Inn, where we found a room for the ...

Home again, home again, jiggidy jig!

A travel blog entry by sheridanbowman on Apr 29, 2012

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... to travel abroad and experience life in other countries. It's something that helps you grow as an individual and also appreciate others for their differences. So many things will surprise you ... on this trip, the natural beauty of France and Spain were reinforced. I saw no garbage anywhere I went. They clean the streets and alleys every day. What would be "creepy and dangerous" here (graffiti, dark alley ways, strangers interested in ...