Holiday Inn Express San Jose Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Today we were up bright and early with 6 pieces of luggage to the airport. We flew from Calgary to Houston on Air Canada - definitely no frills - no food to purchase, no pretzels - so bring food on the plane with you if you didn't get to eat breakfast. We arrived at the Houston airport with a couple of hours layover. There wasn't too much for food …
... as it's in a completely different country and as I had no prior knowledge of the country it turned out to be okay. You never know unless you try, right lu?! We came out and found a small cafe to have some lunch and then sasha said she wanted to find a jade museum as she loves jade and so again we walked for about half an hour this time and also again found it, right next to the previous museum we had been in. This one was actually quite interesting so that took a ...
... will never be able to convey what we are experiencing. God has spoken to me clearly in so many ways already. As I told some of the group last night - I feel like a boxer and God is giving me some shots to the gut to soften me up.....I think when I am softened up he will deliver the knockout punch that will rock my world. Thanks to all of you for praying for us while we ...
... and Amanda dropped a lot of hints that she could get used to it... We stayed the night in a dodgy area of San Jose as it was right next to the bus terminal (where we were leaving the next morning) so we didn't explore much. Just enough to notice there are the most McDonald's I have seen in one area. They even had small ice cream only stores for Sundaes and soft serves in what felt like almost every block! We had another early ...
... first view of the ocean, and what quickly became our favorite hotel. Nestled right against the black sand beach, the hotel’s open-air dining room was already set for our lunch: a buffet of rice and pasta, marinated chicken and carne asada, salad greens with seasoned beefsteak tomatoes, watermelon and pineapple slices, and caramel coconut flan for dessert. We spent the afternoon combing the beach for shells and bits of coral, reveling in the power of the ...