Extended Stay America - Fremont - Fremont Blvd. South
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... who had to perform some sort of dare/feat of dancing, or pretending to fly around the room like superman. I was further entertained watching a street busker from our window. He was attempting to frighten people from behind a 'bush' he held up in front of him. He did very well and I could see it was a great money-earner for him. Our waiter Jason told us the busker was a regular and well-loved personality in the area. He did not need me to take him food (I just can't help myself). ...
Today was a great day. We began with a tour of Tesla thanks to Marcelo's new purchase. If you buy a car from them they will allow you to tour the factory in Fremont. Awesome tour.
After some errands, packing and relaxing we headed out the door for dinner at one of our favorite spots in ...
... and vikram.
Saturday morning after breakfast we drove to San Ramon to meet sriram a and Suma. We had a nice visit and siddharth got to play with Tejas and Tanvee. Sriram's parents were visiting and aunts had cooked a n elaborate meal with ambode and jamoon. In the evening we dropped srikanta's parents at Aditya and chitra's house while myself srikanta and the kids went to meet srikanta's classmates from IIT. We got ...
... a balloon seller, a volunteer, a baton twirler, a bicycle shop owner, a journal-er, a hiker, a reiki practitioner, a crafter, a dancer, a recorder of dreams,….a hippie, a yogi,….a poet, a Christian, a tour guide, a newspaper ad lady; a wife, a great friend and a Mother. A fantastic mother who gave all her love to her children, friends and extended family.
When I picture my mother in my mind’s eye I can see her smiling face and ...
... night. Working all week in the mines does that. None of the other six dwarfs could make it. But Alexi, the son of my brother John the Greek was already there with Tanya, a very nice woman from Australia.
They are short but no one mistook them for dwarfs. I also speak nearly perfect strain, so no problemo. We quickly caught up on Alexi's IT projects and the latest on the home front. He was headed to Alameda to spend ...