Extended Stay America - Fremont - Newark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... it. This meant I went through a minimal security screening: no removing shoes or full body scan. You guessed it my ticket today was the same. Geoff is starting to think they are picking on him. When leaving Canberra he had the full body sweep for explosives, a full body scan in Sydney and now the full treatment at SFO airport. Maybe it is just my winning smile? A bit of time in the United airlines lounge help lower his stress ...
... A couple of the chicks have become quite accomplished in harassing their parents for food, and it looks like that behavior was starting to spread!
This third clip is from our time on the ice in Lallemand Fjord. There were five Adélie penguins who kept a close eye on us and seemed to be directing us here and there, making sure we did not spoil their back yard. With no uneven ground to slow these ...
... to domestic to fly to Christchurch where we were picked up by son in law Richard who had been storing our car. We then drove the 2 hours to Timaru and arrived around midday to a mild day. So, overall we have had a fantastic holiday - people ask which was our favourite place but we both agree that each place had its point of difference eg Singapore = gardens Germany = well organised eg thing s on time, clean and tidy Greece = the beaches ...
... Palo Alto and realising that this place was again such a gorgeous city we decided to head back to the hotel and chill out by the pool for some R&R. This was a little weird in itself as we were the only ones there the whole afternoon - was nice but weird!
This is a lovely chilled out place but still has that business edge to it - tomorrow is the drive to San Francisco which should be interesting to say the ...
... an extra few hours in bed, and met us at the top as they had Pegasus wings called Chevy. After all this is American wilderness with shuttles and roads. The views at the top? Spectacular! We were remembering geography lessons with Mr. Wrightson, of u shaped valleys and advancing glaciers. Toral had gone on to do an A level in Geography and got an A, so she filled in where our memories were fuzzy. Food was a big part of this experience and Katy introduced us to Johnny Rockets, ...