Holiday Inn Express Union City/San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the freeway and landed safely at our hostel. The hostel is a good one, clean, comfy, free wifi, free breakfast. All the things we look for in a hostel. By the time we'd got ourselves sorted it was about 4am English time so we were pretty knackered, we managed to find a quick snack in a Thai restaurant opposite the hostel and then bed. Today we woke up ridiculously early, about half 6, mostly because we were asleep by 9pm SF time. We had the delicious free ...
... He was born in Los Angeles area and studied there. After that, we continued on to Safeways and it was a long tiring walk back to our hotel, carrying our bags. We bought a little coolerbag and we'll keep some milk for our cereal, and cheese etc. in there, using the ice from the ice machine down in the lobby. So some days we'll have breakfast at home, and others we'll definitely go back to Subway. Now I'm having a coffee and writing this .........and having ...
... Partners represents a unique collection of traditional and contemporary wine brands from some of the world's most coveted wine regions. The domestic portfolio includes the highly acclaimed Argyle Winery in Oregon's Willamette Valley and MacRostie Winery in Sonoma, California. Imported wines include St Hallett from the Barossa Valley in Australia, Wither Hills from Marlborough in New Zealand, and Inkberry from Central Ranges, ...
... tour the maritime museum and then on the advice of an elderly lady we met, paid a visit to the Buena Vista Café.
Our hotel surprisingly, provides a complementary wine tasting every day between 5 and 6pm. The elderly lady wanders in and plonks herself down next to us, so we start to talk. She's a bit vague in her reply, when we ask how long she is staying and then admits from the side of her mouth that she's not a resident but is here ...
Day 1 of San Fran didn't go exactly to plan, after having it relatively quiet crowd wise all holiday it seems we underestimated just how busy thanksgiving weekend would be. We planned to go visit the giant red wood trees at Muir Woods National Monument, so we jumped in our car & headed across the Golden Gate Bridge. That was all fine but while we were there we decided we'd stop & walk on the bridge & take a ...