National at Oak Creek Palo Alto

Address: 1600 Sand Hill Rd, Palo Alto, California, 94304, United States | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Palo Alto

San Francisco and Point Reyes!

A travel blog entry by stephandshane on Aug 28, 2014

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... a lot bigger though. We pulled over into a Vista Point (viewing point) with every other tourist to take some photos :) After being super touristy we headed off to Point Reyes ( a friend of Shane's recommend it as the drive is amazing) The drive started off fine but then headed onto Coast roads, again no guard rails and super windy. I admit the view was amazing but scary. We drove through a few small towns, found a beach ...

Two weeks Road Trip in the US

A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on Jun 29, 2014

... started to jump rapidly and reached 117 F (48 C) while we were in the valley. The landscape was less than barren. All we could see was dust, salt flats and sand dunes and one road traversing the valley. It was an amazing sight. You have to admire nature and the will power of living beings to survive in such harsh environments. The only plant forms were small brown colour shrubs and cacti growing in sand. I stepped out for about 10 mins to get on top of a sand dune and was ...

Game 5: I get a bit picture happy

A travel blog entry by pattycake_4 on Jun 06, 2014

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... wall to stand. I could step inside and look up and see this nature made chimney. The other hike was a 2.3 mile out and back hike with 1300 feet of gain. The trail ran mostly through Douglas Firs with the occasional redwood. At the end of the trail were two different vantage points, Pine Mountain and Buzzard's Roost, to look out over the forest and valleys below. On the return trip I detoured on to a loop ...

Not Going to Leave My Heart in San Francisco!

A travel blog entry by johnfblack on May 26, 2014


... breath as we went up and down steep hills, arrived safely at the Wharf. Again lots of people. First stop was for a "coffee". Not real good, where can I buy International Roast!!

And in brief succession: Ghiradellis Chocolate Shop. Clam chowder in a bread bowl, California fur seals on pontoons at Pier 39 (must have been a couple of hundred at least!) Starbucks coffee (marginally better but...) more lit carts (had a nice chat). Because of abig line for ...

Stanford University!

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on May 19, 2014

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This morning, Sara picked me to go check out Palo Alto.

Sara explained about how Palo Alto is apart of Silicon Valley She then told me that Stanford University is located in that city too. So excited to check out the campus.

Walking down the downtown of Palo Alto was the complete opposite of Beijing. It was so odd not to see cars rushing down the streets and they actually waited for people ...