Extended Stay America - San Jose - Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... standing up to dance. There'll be no stopping me. I'm getting periodic wafts of fried onions coming over and now the pace is of milling about is picking up. Chatter volume is higher. The background music is acoustic guitar.
The operators are now in place behind the two TV cameras on the platform at the back. A couple are taking a selfie between the cameras and the mixing desk in what looks like some VIP seating area. Everything seems orderly and ...
... train that came into the station while we were there. It had a load of passengers sitting in open carriages behind it, and the weather was once again beautiful for it. We had our lunch on a picnic table - we'd stopped at a bakery and bought some goodies with us........and then we went for a long, slow walk through the magnificent redwood forest. We were looking out especially for a banana slug - a big bright yellow slug that inhabits ...
... was nice to go to the front desk. He came back to my room and said that I actually had to go down stair with my things. When I checked out, the fuwuyuan charged me for the broken broken water pitcher. Whatever. So glad to be out of that dump.
Then, I loaded my things on the mini bus. We all were on the bus, except one person. We had to wait for that person. Terry Lu was with us because he wanted to say goodbye to Andrew at the ...
... that held only 48 passengers, 1 stewardess, and 2 pilots. Here at the gate, we had thirty minutes to wait before boarding. This had bcome a time of bad revelations about our intended flights.Those thirty minutes went very slowly as our group of 11 dreaded any announcements; fearing that it would be another flight
cancellation. But this time for the flight came with no announcement that the flight had been cancelled. The relief was palatable as we taxied away from ...
... down the easier path. My grandad went straight down it. His new hat says, "for ages 14 and up" so he's joking around that he's only 14 and went down the hill no problem. Once we met him at the beach we sat there and watched the surfers and played in the sand for a while. Then we headed back to the car and said goodbye to my aunt and grandparents as they were going back to Redwood City. My uncle and cousin ...