Hilton Garden Inn Cupertino
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... the Chocolate with us and seemed to really enjoy it. When it finished, we left and she was going to bed. Another good and much valued day with our family. While I'm writing this, we're watching on TV a special tribute to the war veterans. Very moving, especially listening to a mother who's son was the first American soldier to die in Afghanistan - she spoke so strongly, and she was beautiful. It's Memorial Day tomorrow - like Anzac ...
... story : always carry a map and never trust Google Maps entirely.
Stomachs rumbling with hunger, we arrived at the Furnace Creek Inn at 7.30 pm. Clean air, dark skies, rugged canyons, stark and open expanses beckoned us, but all that would have to wait till the next morning.
The alarm went off promptly at 4 am the next day, Off to Badwater Basin, home to the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. The drive to the salt pans was pretty short ...
For some reason I didn't sleep well last night. I think I was just excited to be going home!
We woke up at 9am and met my family at 10am for breakfast. The last time we were in San Fran my family took us to Stacks, this amazing breakfast place just down the road from our motel. I had some amazing pancakes and bacon with a coffee - the classic American breakfast. The portions were huge and I ...
... She bought her first race bike here too. So much friendly help she got from Johan, a Dutch triathlete that has been living here in SC for 14 year. Thanks again! They trained in the open water as well. Thumbs up for being very brave: not to get scared because of the presence of so many creatures of the sea.
I put my rented surfboard on the roof of the jeep to meet up with Ed and others every day pretty much. Ed is the California surf ...
... maker and the Biggest Loser Workout for Kinect. AWESOME!! Once we
got all the adult gifts done (that took almost an hour), we started to assemble the kids and got their presents handed out. Then one by one, they got the opportunity to open their gifts with the oldest going first. It took over two hours and there were still presents left for kids that couldn't make it tonight since they were out of town. I think ...