Hyatt Place UC Davis
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... that was finally the onramp to a new one. We drove to Davis for 8 hours, rested up for the ceremony that took place in the Pavilion on campus, and readied ourselves for the moment I had been waiting for for quite some time. The ceremony was exactly 2 hours on the dot, too long for me personally, but all worth it the moment I was able to cross the stage, hear my name called on the speaker system, and hear the woo's and claps of my little family up in the bleachers. It ...
... on the outside of the building.
We then made our way to Coit Tower, a large building shaped in the form of a firefighters hose, erected by a rich American lady in tribute to the San Francisco Fire Department. She had been saved by the service as a child when she was trapped in a burning building and was a champion of the service forever after. I wanted to go because it had a reportedly good view of the city and also because along the way we could walk ...
... the West Bank. (2) Can't rent a car on the Sabbath (3) Can't drop the car in Eilat between Friday afternoon - Monday morning (after the tour has already left). Don't drive in Jordan. Take a tour (but many of the tour companies on the internet get nasty reviews). Find a hotel in Eilat (its the weekend - - they're booked). And on and on. And don't forget the 10-hr time difference. Everything takes two ...
1 February 2010
I’m leaving to visit Matt in Davis today. Off to Philz I went for my morning Tesora and to check out the train schedules. I figured out the train schedule and talked with Brian a little bit on Facebook then back to Jills I had to get so I could pack up. Success on the Oakland bound BART to the Coliseum where I successfully found the Amtrak Station. As usual Amtrak was late and the task of adding an engine ...
... in a rush. I felt sad and anxious. It was hard to say good bye to our friends for the past six months. At the airport we were laughing so hard to just stop from crying.
Since being back it was hard in the beginning for me. For Andrew, he said it was easy. He said that he wanted to stay in America for a long time and has no interest in going abroad. Of course a couple months ago I think he remembered his travel bug and started ...
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