Country Inn & Suites by Carlson - San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... fortune cookies and a funky machine that brings out the flat cookies on a conveyor belt, to the hands of two expert women who grab the cookies, give them a quick twist while simultaneously slipping the paper fortune inside, and voila! Fortune cookie magic. There were all sorts of themed fortunes cookies you could buy, including “adult” ones tee hee. After our look inside the factory, we were treated to a musical performance by the ...
... and, after much deliberation, I opted for a popular chicken waffle sandwich. Although at least three people asked me where it was from as I tucked in, the appearance turned out to be deceptive. The chicken was shocking and barely cooked in places, it was accompanied by a weird garnish and the waffle sandwich fell apart. Even so, I ate the whole thing and the two of us walked back to the hostel with hunger having been replaced by a sense of what might have ...
... way on route 95 heading north. We were a bit undecided about whether to visit Death Valley national park or not and 95 would give us the option. It was incredibly hot that day and we knew that Death Valley would be at least a few degrees hotter which meant that any site seeing we’d do would be right from the car.
We crossed over the Californian border and drove nonstop to Death Valley national park on route 190 from the east and exit out from the west side. ...
... place. So while Gerald and Francesca were flushing some special wine through their mouths, Claire and I enjoyed an ice-cream from the chocolate factory and walked around in Napa which so very much resembles Tuscany with its gleaming hills. We then hopped back in the car and made it to Berkeley University of California right on time for the sunset. It was awesome to explore this famous university which was also on my list of options for exchange, but the campus is not nearly ...
... navigator and said, "I can't help you if you don't give me a destination.". Eventually I picked Russian Hill as a destination on the GPS and guided us into the city. Anne had already driven in the heart of the city on Tuesday while Grant and I were in Berkeley, so she had some idea of the streets. She took a detour off the map because she wanted to drive down Hyde Street, one of the same streets that the cable cars run on.