Hotel De Anza
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... walk back to the hotel, even though we didn't see a taxi anyway, and took about 40-45 minutes. The crowd was huge leaving the stadium and eventually thinned out progressively right back to the hotel until there was only about 10 of us left and staying at the same hotel! Right now the boys have all gone to have some tea while I'm doing a load of washing before we head on to Chicago tomorrow!! should be a nice quiet early one again!! ...
Days went by so fast, that I didn't seem to see it passing by. I wish I had three more months. I just started to get things going here. But I Promise , I will come back often... We finished the day by a nice "wine and cheese" fairwell party with everybody outside in the terasse. What a great way to say Au ...
... shoulder by Collie - grrrr!) and was served a hot chicken (I think that's what it was) dinner upon waking. The salad was a tad warm but I ate it nonetheless because that will be the last time I eat raw vegetables for the next two and a half weeks. After numerous trips to the bathroom and short walks up and down the aisles, I ran out of things to keep me entertained so I finally settled in my seat and watched four movies. I haven't watched that much television since the ...
... once we landed in San Francisco though. Not such a great night. Left ATL at 6 and sat in the plane for an hour to let a storm pass. In turn, we missed our connecting flight. We met an Indian boy named Abin. He's a doctoral student studying audiology in NZ. He stayed with us through our whole debacle last night. We all shared a shuttle to the hotel and we are going to spend the day ...
We spent the day today driving through Redwood State Park. To explain in breif Redwood are a group of trees which are thousands of years old and cover 112,618 acres of protective land within these National parks. The great thing about seeing these up close is that the trees themselves have enormous trunks and are incredibly tall, we also get ...