La Quinta Inn Livermore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... br> Later in the day I was able to take a bike ride around Livermore and I rode 16 miles on some nice bike paths and very bike friendly bike lanes.
While I was riding, Suzi, Lisa, Sadie and Tami took all the great grandkids to a local park to burn off their energy.
Dinner was Pizza and Salad and all of the kids ate really well. It was a very enjoyable family time.
... is great fun. California drivers are cautious and courteous (not) as they hurl with abandon around the flowing turns of the Oakland hills. I'm glad I got to park the rig a few days at the lovely Rosen home. Sadie made a new friend in Riley, Mark and mostly Fonda's dog. The dogs got along pretty good with only a few timeouts. We had lots of long dog walks which lent themselves to longer conversations. Catching up on travel ...
... to Siri, I had a great tour of San Fran on my way back. We went through China Town, Downtown and saw Trolley Cars and Cable Cars.
We went to a really cool festival in Livermore, had pedicures and manicures in town then played in the water fountains.
On Sunday, we went to the church a block away and it was so cool since the church was so welcoming and gave us a cool cup with candy! Wow, so fun ...
In a week I head to St. Petersburg to study abroad during the spring semester.
I will be living in St. Petersburg, with a host family, and taking courses at the St. Petersburg State University. I will be taking language classes and elective classes, probably one on 20th century Russian literature and a comparative cultural studies class. All classes will be in Russian, which is probably one of the things I'm ...