Homewood Suites by Hilton San Jose-Silicon Valley
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... walls etc.... She stopped
building when the 1906 earthquake struck ruining large parts of her
house. From then on she continued to repair the parts of her house
that were damaged until her death in 1922.
She seemed to be a fascinating and
eccentric woman. President Roosevelt came to visit but he wasn't
allowed in the front door. In fact no one was, the only people ever to
use it were Sarah (once) and the 2 carpenters who installed ...
... everyone had a really good time. We then walked along Westminster Bridge and took the river cruise to Tower Bridge where again we boarded the red loop and headed home. We had to be home before 18:00 as dad could not attend Les Miserables tonight and Sophie was asked to go with Joe & Keightly. A little restrained to start with she eventually gained enthusiasm and agreed to go. Sophie off to the theatre and ...
... you'll no doubt recognise but what about Terry Fox ? In 1977, Terry a 19 year old long distance runner, lost a leg to Osteosarcoma.
In 1980 he began the Marathon of Hope, a cross country run to raise money for Cancer Research - the country was Canada! He hoped to raise 1 CAD for each of the country's 24 million people. He ran a 26 mile marathon almost ...
Didn't rush around and had our breakfast of cereal and coffee in our room. Then drove to Saratoga, to the Hakone Japanese Gardens. They were nice, just like gardens in Japan, and so peaceful and quiet, with very few people around. Then into Saratoga, a lovely little place, and walked up and down the Main Street, and found a Japanese restaurant and had lunch there - named Masu. We had bento box with soup and salad, and it was very nice indeed. ...
We went to Sacramento to see Jon and Danica showing two of their Scottish Terriers before taking a look round the city.
Sacramento is the state capitol of California which, despite being 90 miles from the Pacific Ocean , is an important port - so the ‘river’ we walked along through the ...