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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We're finally home! It's great to see our apartment again and to settle back in. Long travel days are strange because you enter a sort of suspended state where time passes and you just don't notice it at all. Our last flight was more than 11 hours! I can't believe I sat in one place for so long. Chris and I are showering and unpacking and pretty soon we'll head out for some dinner and then go to ...
... of the valley and the mountains, including Half Dome. Our heated tent did the job of keeping us warm and keeping out the bears. Actually, we were a little disappointed we didn't see a bear but at least Martin and Steve got to see a coyote up close and personal - M has the photographic evidence... For our final weekend we spent a day in hipster Oakland and on the beach in Alameda followed by our first ever NFL American Football game - Oakland Raiders vs Denver ...
... length of Fisherman's Wharf to Pier 39, in search of something reasonably priced. It was worth the walk as we ended up warming ourselves by a fire and enjoying a decent meal at half the price! Mastering the bus system home had us waiting at bus stops and walking through streets we probably shouldn't have, but it is a great way to see the parts and people of SFO you probably otherwise wouldn't. We topped off the night, while checking on our car, ...
Day of preparation for our road trip Headed to Kate's to do washing. While washing was in progress Steve and I walked all around the area surrounding Kate's apartment along a canal that housed some strange house boats and then along the docklands. Cooked dinner at Kate's and played a cool but complicated Firefly board ...
... to be fluent in Chinese to live in Beijing, but it does help if you know the basics: food, directions, shopping, and other survival situations. Food is for sure one thing you will want to know, especially telling the waiter if you want spicy, MSG, or anything else. Knowing directions helps a lot, especially when telling a taxi driver where to take you.
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In Beijing, everything at a table is put on one bill. Restaurants in Beijing do not do ...