Extended Stay America - San Jose - Santa Clara
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It is the night before I head out on my big adventure to see the world and myself in an entirely new way. For those of you just joining me, let me fill you in. I am traveling to Spain, on my own, to walk 500 miles along the Way of St. James, which is the third most traveled pilgrimage in Europe. Some people have walked to become closer to God, others to figure out what they want to ...
... both so polite and patient that the flight attendants raved about them and brought them extra TimTams (an Aussie cookie treat). I made friends with an Australian couple from Sydney who were outbound on their own month long adventure to Toronto, NYC, LA and then back to SFO. So fun to chat with them, it really passed the time for all of us. We checked in to the hotel and spent another beautiful afternoon as a family hanging around by the pool in the sun of ...
... and down a few blocks from the Yacht Club. We had talked about getting together for lunch here in Alameda while we were at his Mom & Dad's place for the pre-Labor Day BBQ. We of course said "Ya sure you betcha!" Cody showed up shortly thereafter and took us to a Chinese/Dim Sum restaurant nearby. The food was great and the company and conversation were even better. After buying us lunch, over our protests, he brought us back to ...
... some movies and did not take any short naps in-between meals. Nothing will compare to this plane and the service we got from the ANA cabin crew! The features on the plane were really great. They included tinted windows, full reclining chairs that could be made into beds and food was served every ten minutes!
I wish to go on this plane again someday! Enjoy reading the rest of my blog!
... to sit in and have a picture. In fact, the owner was insistent that Mike took a seat. YES PLEASE! The owner did say ‘put the key in the ignition but don’t start it up’ ha. See picture of happy Mike.
The next thing to report is that we’ve all decided that collectively we’re swearing too much. This has started because the US roads are really tricky to navigate and so we’re always getting hideously lost. We were ...