Extended Stay America - San Jose - Santa Clara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... time we were able to drive right round Crater Lake and saw The Pinnacles, Castle in the Crater and a squirrel that looked like Yoda.
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... arrived early and the driver Rich was a real cheerful guy. He took charge of fitting our 10+ pieces of luggage + stroller Tetris-style into the Chevy Suburban. Just as we were about to leave we remembered that we had to put all our smoke alarms back on. After some frantic smoke alarm refitting and a hint of sadness to be leaving San Jose we left for the airport.
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