San Jose Airport Garden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Amy, Fred and Liz went to workout at 8:10. Chris had football practice at 9. Carton, Jamie and relaxed at home.
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By now we were less than one month and more than 1000 miles from our October departure, so we left the high passes and drove through gsolden farms and wine country to the beautiful Okanagan, where we stayed in one place for an almost unprecedented three nights at White Lake near Salmon Arm, in the company of Heather and Dave. Nigel and ...
I set sail today for Australia, though it will be no quick trip. Some real sad goodbyes have taken place in the last couple days, particularly today saying bye to my family. First time flying or doing any kind of travel alone, almost lost my passport once already so I'm off to a good start. Feeling better about it all now that the nerves have gone away and I learnt how an airport works. Sat beside a Mormon dude on ...
... name of the cruise is Colonial America. We will traveling to many ports that were significant in our history of the American Revolution. As we both love history this will be especially interesing to us and hopefully you.
Here is our cruise agenda:
Oct 26 - Fly to Quebec City, Canada & start the cruise.
Oct 27 - Quebec
Oct 28 - Cruise St. Lawrence Seaway
Oct 29 - Corner Brook Newfoundland
Oct 30 - Syndey, Nova Scotia
... tyre on the back) told us if he had a drink he would need to pee after about 30mins of riding one. On the subject of Harley's, most people with bikes out here have Harley's, we don't know why, they are also mostly people 40+ and in general are nice, most of them signalled to us when passing us in one direction or another and a lot of the people who came to talk to us owned one, I'm sure we wouldn't have met quite so many people without them. I won't be buying one ...