The Zen Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews The Zen Hotel Palo Alto
Travel Blogs from Palo Alto
... Next we hike up the hill (why are there ALWAYS hills?) to Coit Tower, which to me sounds like three quarters of a naughty word. The 210 foot Coit Tower is designed in the shape of a fire-hose nozzle in a hats-off to the SF firefighters who battled blazes during the 1906 earthquake fires. It looks like a large penis, but the views are quite spectacular.
Next we again get to go down (and down and down) multiple flights of stairs, emerging at the base near the Levi headquarters. ...
And I had a brief swim and walk around our hotel while Kate submitted her assignments. We departed around 10.30 for heading for the Grand Canyon Inn, Walle, Arizona, which is to be the gateway to our Grand Canyon experience. On the way we passed by some fabulous scenery such as Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam. The landscape was initially desolate but changed from Rocky boulder ...
... A lot of Chinese outside of Beijing love to shop on 77th St. Very little room for bargaining, but you can find cool items at affordable prices.
d. Zoo Market.
I never actually shopped there, but people told me good things about it. The Zoo Market is a wholesale place, where you can get clothes at low prices. There are a few catches. First catch is you can't try on anything. Second, nothing is organized. So, you actually have to dig for things.
3. Places ...
Well, here I am now. Back at school. Tomorrow starts an incredibly busy quarter, complete with classes, two operas, a marathon, and a junior recital. Who knows what else is in store? I'll be updating this blog with all my travels, of course. Until next ...
... offers public "behind-the-scenes" tours of the park at 10:30 am and 12:30 pm almost every day. It's one of the few ballparks in America where home runs can become "splash hits."