The Domain Hotel - a Joie de Vivre Hotel

Address: 1085 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, California, 94087, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1085 East El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, is near Apple Computer, Central Park, Triton Museum of Art, and Britannia Arms Pub.
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      The journey on Route 1 continues

      A travel blog entry by 2praskies on Aug 01, 2014

      This morning we set out for day 2 of our California journey. The morning began with an approximately one hour drive to San Simeon from Arroyo Grande where we spent the night. At San Simeon, we toured the opulent Hearst Castle. We opted to do the Grand Rooms tour. After the 40 minute tour, we wandered the grounds a bit and then continued up the coast to the next stop... The Piedras Blanca's elephant seal lookout. There were literally hundreds of them laid out on the ...

      Monday to Wednesday

      A travel blog entry by dave22 on Oct 14, 2013

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      My first quiet day! Took it easy in the morning and then went to San Jose airport in the Leaf (electric car) to pick up Jackie's daughter Hannah, who is staying until Sunday. On Tuesday I was going to meet Hannah, Jackie and her boss Enis for the laters birthday lunch.. But unfortunately, Enis wasn't well so it got cancelled.. Instead, I caught the light rail to Santa Clara and popped into the Britannia pub ...

      Sooo, San Francisco

      A travel blog entry by jarrad.keatley on May 08, 2013

      ... as soon as I landed to make sure there would be someone there to check me in. I didn't fancy sleeping on the streets, certainly not as my inaugural introduction to San Francisco.

      There was only one issue: I uh... had no phone.

      Fortunately the chatty lady next to me insisted that I use hers. When I called, the hotel staff were still there, locking up.

      They said I had 15 minutes to get there.

      A very long day!

      A travel blog entry by joyroger on Mar 16, 2013

      After breakfast L&T picked us up and we had a walk in the park next to the hotel. Then they took us on a tour of the city taking in the fringe of the red zone which we looked at yesterday. Then they took us to where they used to live when their boys were small. The whole neighbourhood was condemned. You could see cracks in the walls and where the house had ...

      America - the ultimate test of the metaboilsm.

      A travel blog entry by lauzlim on Jun 20, 2012

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      ... wasn't wearing clothes to combat this coldness. Unlike anything I've ever heard of before, there was a dress code. Yeah well i can understand they don't want people looking like schlebs, but to me, it seemed slightly ridiculous. I'm paraphrasing, but it went something along the lines of this, "For the filming, there is a strict dress code. Audience members must wear bright block colours...(blah blah blah)... and you must dress as if you're going to a nice club." I'm sorry, ...