BEST WESTERN PLUS Forest Park Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Forest Park Inn Gilroy
Travel Blogs from Gilroy
... to a medley of dense auburns and glowing oranges. Following the path the sunlight charts, iridescent and lovely, as it slips from waxy foliage to the curls in my mother's hair as she soaks in the warmth in the backyard. That same light shining in the parentheses of my brothers smile and the crescents of my my dad's eyes as they tell me stupid jokes on a bike ride.
The new chilly bite to the wind that allows me to finally indulge in my obsession with ...
... 20 to spend and a map to guide them to a meeting place and everyone else to a marvellous seafood restaurant overlooking the bay recommended by the taxi driver - easily the best meal since we arrived and a magnificent setting. Janice spotted sea otters in the bay as we were leaving so all very happy. Met up with the boys who were playing a hybrid of ...
... and cheese omelets! Soooo good! Dave said, much to my delight, "if it keeps raining we'll get a hotel" because the bed cover leaks a little at the sliding windows between it and the cab. The plan had been for Dave and the doggies to stay and fish at the lake while I went to the Refuge spa in Carmel for a few hours but we decided to leave the lake together. I was so excited about this spa. It’s considered the best spa on the west coast and the ...
I'm in the "B" riding group, better known as Bravo! There are 4 groups and riders choose which average speed they wish to ride. Our group targets 15 miles an hour but today we rode an average of 17 miles an hour across almost 60 miles. I was inspired by 2 soldiers on hand cycles who rode in our group all day...it was amazing to follow these guys while hitting speeds in excess of 30 miles an hour with them.
... chopper and later we found out the 'air frame' basically was from the Vietnam era, BUT all the 'other' things had been replaced: like a souped up Cobra engine, new types of skids, new interior, foam carrying skids, 300 gallon collapsible water bucket and belly hook to carry it, and seating for 6 to 8 FireTac firefighters who would go down ropes to join in a fire fight, as well as a pilot and a Captain. The young firefighter giving us the ...