Howard Johnson Express Inn - San Mateo
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... by hand gestures to say hey can you take our picture? Checked into our hotel in the Marina, nice quiet residential area. Swim, delicious dinner at Tacolicious, dessert at Ghirardelli Square. On the walk there happened upon my friend Ellen's old apartment, where I stayed over 20 years ...
... around and the square was busy.
We stopped at a diner for our first meal and although we couldn't really finish, it was really nice.
Struggling a bit with the jet lag - it is 6pm (2am in London) and we are back at the hotel just chilling and watching TV. Will go to sleep soon.
Not surprisingly, woke up at midnight and couldn't get back to sleep until 1.30am - sleeping patterns totally weird at the ...
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