Cardinal Hotel

Address: 235 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto, California, 94301, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 235 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto, is near The Stanford Shopping Center, Undiscovered Country Tours, Elizabeth F. Gamble Garden, and Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Palo Alto

    Collecting travel supplies

    A travel blog entry by snibbertort on May 31, 2015

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    ... maps really do help! Chris' new passport also arrived this week. We realized just in time that his old one expired last year, so we express renewed it, to make absolutely sure it would get here in time. Now he has a shiny new passport for our trip. There's still a lot of packing to do, but this is a good start. Now that we have Chris' passport, at least they'll let us out of (and back into) the ...

    Miles & Miles of Park!

    A travel blog entry by wwh69 on Jan 24, 2015

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    ... days and seeing how much an apartment (condominium) cost here. San Francisco has seen a resurgence in housing prices since the GFC and you can expect to pay US$1M or more for a basic 2-br apartment on the peninsula!!

    Nice place to visit...couldn't afford to live here....

    Note: No photos today...images are downloaded from Google Images to give an appreciation of what I saw and the location of Golden Gate Park.

    San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Nov 21, 2014

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    On arrival we were struck with this panoramic, ocean view with the huge, dawning prison, Alcatraz in the middle! Was an amazing site to see, and to think that it used to be a prison. We hired bikes to ride up onto the Golden Gate Bridge. Riding up was a huge challenge. I'm skipping leg day for at least a fortnight... haha. There were plenty of other riders doing as we did. Once we got to the bridge, we decided to cross it. Now this was a problem, as it was only about 6 ...

    The Grand Canyon

    A travel blog entry by mustang31 on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... our regulation safety guidelines and away we went. For 2014 the river has seen a great drought come into play. The lines apon the walls remind us all of how fragile this river system is and how dependant so many many people in many many states need the continual flow to provide water for both consumption and agriculture. This river system has quite a few hot springs entering it from various areas along the banks. These hot springs come directly from underneath the earth ...

    Pier 39

    A travel blog entry by jennpearson on Jul 26, 2014

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    Aquarium of the bay - this is a fairly small aquarium but has multiple levels. The tube where you can see the fish and sharks swim above your head and around you is really neat as you get moved by a human conveyor belt. The jellyfish are so cool to see, especially with the aquarium's changing colours in their display since it makes the jellyfish turn colours. My husband was brave enough (really, I shouldn't ...