Quality Inn Stanford / Palo Alto
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... have not been erected (in addition to concerns about the effect of such barriers on the bridge in high winds). Remembering of course that it is a suspension bridge and was the longest suspension bridge in the world on it's completion in 1937. It has subsequently been surpassed 8 times and remains the 2nd longest in the US.
It's a long way to Sausalito (I think there could be a song in that). When we finally arrive it is with dismay we see that it is ...
... m on a boat. After some look at hotels for the next couple of nights over drinks we catch the tram back and have another fast walk back to our room. It is pride weekend here so many people are dressed up in neon. We make use of the earplugs in the room and feel nervous about people trying to get into the room. I feel unwell after the ferry and food and can't sleep. In the morning we pack up and get breakfast and head for the bus one last time. This time to do the ...
... day. Having friends makes my life much more amazing. One thing I am grateful for what I got out of my study abroad experience is coming out with awesome friends. Sara and Mohini have been far more than nice to show me around the Bay Area. Visiting Google was a great adventure and it was a lot cooler than I expected.
Seeing Chloe was great too. So happy to see her again after not seeing for a semester. She is one of the sweetest people I have ever met.
... house was covered in clouds. When we got there the temperature dropped as well.
Cynthia and Anne got to the house just a bit after us. We took full advantage of all the equipment the house provided us. We grilled burgers, lit the fire pit, stoked up the outdoor space heater, and sat in the hot tub. Katie and Solie ventured down to the beach with headlamps on. We all warned Katie not to slip in her walking boot and break her other leg.
... moment changing from the N Line to Bart in town ... was there a Bart train to the airport this late? Will I have to take a taxi? It all worked out.
Airport next and the start of my next journey within life’s overall journey!