Extended Stay America - San Jose - Mountain View
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It's pretty hard to believe how much work goes into a trip of this magnitude. We have spent 6 months in total planning and preparing for this adventure, the last month of which was spent by me (Kris) exclusively researching the area in depth.
... went to sample a couple of wines. Including an aptly named Michael and David Syrah! We were happily enjoying these until we realised the next train was due, so we had to neck them both and rush off! It's a cruel life.... On returning back to Jackie's we were told that Paul's daughter had actually won the race!!! Beating all the men in the process! He's one extremely proud ...
Jonathan. The Golden Gate Bridge another iconic landmark taken in on our Californian adventure. The view of the bridge from the Marina was pretty spectacular and we were very lucky that the early morning fog decided to lift early. The City of San Francisco although containing many instantly recognisable landmarks is a pretty small city. After a bus down to the bridge (parking in the city is ...
... were lizards, frogs, snakes and spiders. From the top of the rainforest we went down to the basement in a lift to the Aquarium. There was an albino (white) alligator called Claude. There were many tanks of fish. We watched a film in the planetarium about how earthquakes happen and California and other places has so many. The San Andreas fault runs the length of California, passing almost ...
... he is happy, as 'being coo'l really wasn't one of the search criteria when I was researching the accomodation options.
I think we get a 'Principal Sticker' today for our efforts- we did quite a lot, with no major melt downs (despite being very tired!)
The apartment is great, with a fabulous view over the city.
After a quick orientation and freshen up we headed down ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed