San Jose Airport Garden Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... intricate and beautiful cultural elements that exist in this part of the world that contains a cross section between the ancient and modern world. As we gear up for our 28-hour travel day on Wednesday and Thursday this week, we are grateful for this opportunity and ready to learn, relax and possibly search for comfort in potentially new and uncomfortable situations. Our next blog will be in the airport en route either in Seattle or Tokyo on one of our layovers. ...
... Oxford Street, Trafalgar Square, Royal Courts of Justice, St Paul's Cathedral, over the London Bridge, Tower Bridge, Tower of London, and started to see new developments like the Gherkin, Razor, etc. We then proceeded past Shakespeare's Globe, Westminster Bridge, Lambeth Palace, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben & Houses of Parliament, then onto Buckingham Palace where we alighted the bus and watched "changing ...
... they were approaching, one of the cubs decided to venture into the road, there was a shout of anguish from Nigel as it narrowly avoided being hit by a pick up. We watched them for about twenty minutes as they grazed on grass and wildflowers then, as one very loud truck went by, they were gone in a second.
... a huge array of different merchandize mostly in bulk packages. We bought a few things, and Aya bought a fair bit. The whole experience was most interesting. Then on to Walmart, and I bought a pair of black shorts for $6.85, and some nail hardener and some food. We got a cooked chicken $4.99 for a really big size. After we all arrived home, we sat out the front again, while Sakura played ...
... buzzing and ringing while we were driving - somewhat distracting to say the least. We couldn’t stop the din without charging the battery, and the only solution we could find to that was knock on the door of someone/anyone with a RV in their drive, who we thought might be sympathetic and asking if we could plug into an electric socket in their home. A new solenoid somewhere in the ...