Alura Inn

1378 Oakland Rd, San Jose, California, 95112, United States | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Jose

Checking Out Santa Clara

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on May 18, 2014

34 photos

... for a while. Then, Karena had to go.

Thankfully, my jet leg is getting better. I was no where as tired today as I was yesterday. It is so funny how much reverse culture shock I am experience. I constantly act in silly ways within American society. Now, I realize that things in America are expensive compare to China. Also, it feels so odd not to use Chinese anymore. So relieving to have accessible customer service now. The internet is no longer slow.

Greatest Elderly Gentleman

A travel blog entry by johnewattsiv on Mar 02, 2014

1 comment

I have landed in San Francisco on the flight there was the greatest elderly gentleman traveling with his wife. Wearing a old olive green British style explore coat a Scottish hunting cap and to top it all off a monocle....yes a monocle! Wish I got a ...

Getting to Quebec

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 25, 2013

4 comments, 7 photos

... Princess later in the cruise.Then the call came back from Princess that we should get to Quebec as quickly as possible and they would help us from there. They still could not say how they would be able to help us. So we left our gate and headed across the airport for yet another departure gate with the hope that this time we could make it to our elusive destination of Quebec.
At our new gate our aircraft was already at the gate when we arrived. It was a ...

First few days in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by gail.koff on Mar 25, 2013

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... individual that my dear husband (hereafter referred to as MDH) calls me, the damn Mosquitos have gravitated to every exposed area of my body! Anyway back to Bangkok. Yesterday we had a private tour with Wandee, whose English in her emails was amazing (translation feature) but when we traveled, had difficulty with translating. Thankfully the sites we saw were amazing even without the guide service. The railroad market was a laugh out loud event that happens twice a day. All ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by censmileyface on Jun 30, 2012

My morning began when I woke up to what felt like the heat of a desert. The house must have been at least 100 degrees. I went to turn my light on, and to my surprise, no light. We all know what this means, no light + excessive heat = no powers. I went to unplug my phone from charging, and it only had 40% of battery left. I figured that I could charge it at the airport once I get to my gate. I then realized that it ...