Extended Stay America - Livermore - Airway Blvd.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 56: 9,002 miles
Saturday, July 26th
"When you say you've got the Cloak, and clothes..." said Harry, frowning at Hermione, who was carrying nothing except her small beaded handbag, in which she was now rummaging.
"Yes, they're here," said Hermione, and to Harry and Ron's utter astonishment, she pulled out a pair of jeans, a sweatshirt, some maroon socks, and finally the silvery Invisibility Cloak...
She gave the fragile-looking bag a ...
... was a rally from the home side in the final innings but it was too late to save the game which ended 3 - 1.
We returned to the hotel for a quick shower and change then headed out for the evening. We walked up the steep hills to the north of the hotel to Nob Hill, famous for its grand houses built by the 'nobs' of the Victorian era. Then on to China Town and North Beach, the latter area famed ...
... br> After the class, we took a group photo shot at the community room and individual shots of everyone with Tipsy Tina, my traveling companion.
Later, we all gathered on the front steps of Lisa's house to get a family photo op and some pictures of the different groups.
Another wonderful day of spending time with family.
... to Siri, I had a great tour of San Fran on my way back. We went through China Town, Downtown and saw Trolley Cars and Cable Cars.
We went to a really cool festival in Livermore, had pedicures and manicures in town then played in the water fountains.
On Sunday, we went to the church a block away and it was so cool since the church was so welcoming and gave us a cool cup with candy! Wow, so fun ...
... for prospective phd and masters students, so i got to tour the campus and meet all of the lab professors that will employ me for the next 2-6 years. Although I was back in the states, I held true to my couch surfing and stayed with two Phd students in the mechanical engineering department. It was a really educational and eye-opening trip. Last week I only had the vaguest perception of what being a grad student ...