Quality Inn Stanford / Palo Alto
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... by this BA -- Bay Area -- way of dancing, tango!
Oh, found a message from a good samaritan asking me to contact the police since -- they caught someone trying to break into my car! Yes, so back to life and chaos as usual for me. Those of you who have wanted me to write a regular blog, I ask you if you really want to deal with the nonfictional insanity I deal with on a daily ...
... diverse area near the Cow Palace amphitheater. My parking qualms were settled by the fact it had enclosed parking. The neighborhood was rougher, but the room was spacious and clean and comfortable, except for the diaper sound from the mattress protector every time you moved on the bed. It's also a bit warm and theres no AC. But that's okay. The windows open and we are in the colder part of the city. A little Ninja Warrior on the TV and we are off to sleep ...
Meeting with friends today.
Lina and Eric live in Palo Alto; she works at U -Stanford (Ph.D. Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford School of Medicine and Eric works for PWC.
Phillip and Zoe both work at Google and are in Mountainview.
I know both Lina and Phillip from karate in Edmonton.
Red would not start. Good thing we noticed before today. Weird because a new battery was put in last fall. :(
... and horse farms, goats and antique shops.
I dropped off the family at the Stanford visitor center, and went to look for parking. There was none to be had in the visitors lot, and people were trolling around, slowing when they saw someone walking to a car. I slowed down when I saw a woman with a bag, but she waved her finger at me, "No, no, no", as she dropped her bag in the trunk and then walked away. I ventured out to the streets of the university. When ...
... some time at the gate. We packed some yummy tuna sandwiches, and are hopeful to catch some z's on the flight. Maria's got her comfy sox on from Dharma's care package, and we have eleven hours so it should be pretty easy! We'll be sharing updates throughout the trip as often as possible with our limited data connections. Hopefully you'll join us as we tour Paris, Arona, Rome, and Vatican City! Maria & ...