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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... br> Over the next few days we drove the Icefields Parkway, 144 miles of scenery that actually overwhelmed and exhausted us with its beauty and magnificence. At either end a delightful small town, Jasper in the west, Banff in the east and, in the middle - the Columbia Icefield.
Mountains so sharp, they sliced the sky. Icy waterfalls, high mountain ...
Since our departure from Sydney the adventure continued. As we have realized is typical, Niklas and Addison were brilliant in their handling of a 13+ hour flight and a 16 hour time change. They thought it was pretty cool to live Tuesday twice since we left at 2:45pm Tuesday and landed in San Francisco at 11:20am Tuesday! Time travel is so cool when you are 7 (or 37 in Sag's case :) ) For the first time in our entire trip today Niklas asked to go home. They ...
... more interesting than the museum would be,so here's a real caterpillar.Instead we headed towards Yosemite National Park and, as we wound our way through the bends and gradients of Hwy 120, came to an area of burned and devastated forest.
When we reached the Rim of the World viewpoint, the damage became more obvious – and the explanation, a man made fire started ...
... so it made sense. :P
The bar itself was pretty great. It was small and underground and when we approached our bartender, she essentially just asked us what kind of flavors we liked and then made drinks according to our answers. Mine was an English cosmo, which was a light, cucumber-y drink. I actually liked Jonathan's gin-gin mule better and what ...
... an old three story house that comes with its own ginger cat called Pip. Pip is a big hit with Tessa. We then did a wander, catching the old trams down to the Fisherman's wharf, past the America's Cup bases & stores (50% off) where we saw the sea lions on Pier 39. Finished with a dinner on the wharf, that included local clam ...