Crowne Plaza Palo Alto
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We awoke to rain today so we were glad we had the rental car. We drove around San Francisco but not to downtown as the San Francisco Giants won the World Series the night we arrived and today was the celebratory parade, with roads closed and even museums closed in that area ! So across the Golden Gate Bridge we went and on to Sausilito where we had some lunch at a little organic French cafe called Bio Sausalito 2633 Broadway; again fantastic fresh ...
... a major cities if Cloverdale and then Santa Rosa and vicinity was as uninteresting as it was fast. We passed the beautiful coastline around Bodega. The roads northbound were choked with cars. We were definitely approaching a major city, even if it was mostly hidden behind the Marin Headlands before us. After Sausalito, the Sam Francisco Bay appeared through distant fog. And the the Golden Gate Bridge appeared. Andrew was used to approaching the bridge from ...
Met Kate at her apartment and We caught Muni train to Embarcadero where we Hired three 'ride the Parks' bikes at Market Square. We rode the bikes from Market Square to the Palace of Fine Arts which was beautiful. After a quick stop at the palace we continued our journey along the Presidio to Fort Point at the base of the Gateway Bridge. We then road across the Gateway Bridge to Sausalito Had lunch at Solito's crab house where I experienced I first crab chowder in sourdough ...
For some reason, I got up so early this morning, despite being on vacation. I ate breakfast and got ready. Mohini got ready and dressed very cute. Then, Sara arrived to take me out for the day.
To my surprise, Sara was taking me to Google! Her boyfriend was beyond kind enough to invite me with them for lunch and see the campus. I could not believe how nice Sara and her boyfriend were to me.
Never thought that I would ever check out Silicon ...
... location, as it took us through the heart of the campus.
The Stanford campus was as quiet as a library in the sun. "Where is the life?" I kept asking myself. Grant and I stopped at The Cafe in the alumni center. He ordered a grilled cheese and a Pepsi. I had a small latte. Grant's grilled cheese came with tomato and avocado, so he had to slice those off. My latte came with a bad taste. We looked up the college calendar to see if it was spring break ...