Americas Best Value Inn - Palo Alto
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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35km southwest of Urgench, the historic heart of Uzbekistan is Khiva. In contrast to the other Central Asian metropolitan areas, the Khiva is very nicely-preserved and the modern life is totally squeeze into it. As a result of the Soviet Union conservation plan of 70s and 80s, the city is presenting by itself as the Museum to the globe. The denser mosques, palaces, tombs, madrassah and alleys are its appeal and charisma. You can ...
... views of the city and enjoy a good walk in the sunshine. We then drove to the Haight Ashbury district, which was the centre of the hippy culture in the 60s and 70s. It seemed like a pretty cool place and I'm keen to go back there tomorrow to wander around. We also went down to the wharf area which was crazy busy. I will be going down there on Tuesday to go over to Alcatraz. I'm quite looking forward to that. At 5pm we arrived at our end point and I had to ...
... are temporarily retired (having just exited a business and Joe gracefully left Arrow as he's feeling the call of the wild to start another business), and we both said: “lets do it”! Frankly, I was a little nervous to be gone for so long, but Joe has made sure this ...
Meeting with friends today.
Lina and Eric live in Palo Alto; she works at U -Stanford (Ph.D. Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford School of Medicine and Eric works for PWC.
Phillip and Zoe both work at Google and are in Mountainview.
I know both Lina and Phillip from karate in Edmonton.
Red would not start. Good thing we noticed before today. Weird because a new battery was put in last fall. :(
... on cash and got charged for every 200$ we withdraw by our card and by the machine. Not a great start but we know now. We dump our stuff in the room and head straight for the civic centre a few blocks from the Motel to catch our pre booked bus tour. The area is pretty rough with lots of homeless people. We can't find the bus stop and are nervous about looking lost. When we see the bus we sprint after it and feel major relief that we are on and have time to do the ...