Crowne Plaza Palo Alto
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... drinks at Slider Bar. While I was inside the restaurant to get something, Chloe came up and hugged me!
"Where is Sara?" Chloe asked.
"She is sitting at the table outside." I said. Chloe quickly walked to see Sara.
Chloe, Sara, and I chilled for a bit. So happy to see Chloe again! I really missed her! I missed her sweetness, excellent speaking skills, smile, and her elegance.
Later on, we decided to go somewhere else. ...
... once in a while someone on a bike would ride by and yell, "Javi", and Javi would wave back.
After the tour Cynthia met up with her friend Sarah, who is a creative writing teacher at Stanford. She was extremely nice and happy to see Solie and Aiya, whom she hadn't seen in 5 years or so. She gave us some great insights into life at Stanford. She said she learned a lot from her students' non-fiction writing assignments. "Come to Stanford!" she ...
... I was a quarter of an hour earlier but that was not to be.
It got dark very quickly as I walked along the Great Highway enjoying the gentle warm sea breeze and final views of Golden Gate Park with the 2 windmills (Dutch and ...
... the water. A waiter said that isn't very common for the area. One thing you should understand about me is that since I can remember I have been infatuated with the ocean and all things in it. As I was finishing up my warm apple crisp, thinking about how rare and amazing seeing the dolphins was, it was hard for me to not tear up. That was something special. During supper a local told us about a hill that has a 360 ...
After breakfast and a brief visit to the Hard Rock Cafe we got a bus to the top of Telegraph Hill which overlooks Fisherman's Wharf and is the site of Coit Tower. Coit Tower has been an emblem of San Francisco’s skyline since its completion in 1933. The simple fluted tower is named for Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a wealthy eccentric and patron of the city’s firefighters. Coit died in ...