BEST WESTERN University Inn Santa Clara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out to see some of his family. It was a great day for the raggedy smelly bear. The animals were great, but as with all small children the highlight of the day was the play park, it was the best play park I've ever seen at a zoo to be fair. It had an Antarctic play zone, tree play zone and cafes dotted around the outside. The children played for ages and Lydia continued her daily monkey bars practice, she's getting super strong and can really ...
Last Day :( After some packing prep we decided to take the train to Berkley, the University city on the other side of the bay. Kate was also keen to have a look as Ben had been there previously and recommended it. It was a very interesting, place with a campus that spanned many blocks and featured old character filled buildings. We had lunch ...
... people. Because our room was a roomette we had bunk beds and this time Russ got the short straw, he got the top. It was just so funny watching him getting up into bed, just as well he doesn't have to get up in the night as much as I do.
18th December - Wednesday
We slept quite well, a bit rocky but we were on a train.
Today we went through ...
... security once again. Allowed baggage weight is 50lb.....just made it by the hair of my chinny chin chin.....49.6lb. About two hours to go before boarding time and three hours till we fly out so found some free wifi to update my blog. So long as all runs smoothly we'll touch down after a thirteen hour flight Monday morning and having lost a day. See you soon ...
... to a rather later evening than might have been prudent, so we had a pretty low-key day on Saturday.
One of the attractions of this visit was seeing Steve's new apartment. In May, he moved from San Francisco proper to the island of Alameda. In the last 15 (or so) years, Alameda has enjoyed a revitalization and has become a thriving and lively place. Steve's apartment overlooks a palm-tree-lined lagoon, across from which is a Chase bank, a Safeway, Walgreen's and ...