Oakwood 101 San Fernando

Address: 101 E San Fernando Street, San Jose, California, 95112, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Jose

TiK toK... The Countdown Begins!

A travel blog entry by erikandkelly on Nov 12, 2014


... Dublin 12:45pm

11/27-11/29 Thur-Sat
Dublin, Ireland
Staying at: Harding Hotel

Flight from Dublin to London
British Airways flight 833
Leave Dublin 8:50am, arrive London 10:15am

Flight from London to SFO
Virgin Atlantic flight 19
Leave London 12:20pm, arrive SFO 3:25pm 11/29

Home sweet home!


Arriving in San Jose, CA!

A travel blog entry by kallenswishtrip on Apr 06, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

We arrived in San Jose, CA for a short fresh air and SUNSHINE break. We are headed for San Luis Obispo, CA!

Kallen is talking more to us and to the folks we are meeting. He is doing much better walking by himself on the train. Yeah! We are going to try to get a picture with the train engineer in San Luis Obispo!

Become a police agent

A travel blog entry by collegeman45 on Mar 23, 2014

... Law Enforcement! Cities are employing all over the place. Since The economy worsens more and more people commence to turn to crime. It is at these times where more law enforcement and police officers are expected. There are various jobs within the law-enforcement field. Several of the jobs in the industry are the following. You might consider Police, Government law-enforcement careers and a lot more. Even big companies employ investigators too. So that's an ...

Getting to Quebec

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 25, 2013

4 comments, 7 photos

... with no way to get to our destination and without allowing us to talk with thier supervisors. Questions as to how we would get to a port in which we could board the ship and where would would stay while waiting for the ship to make the dock; were left unanswered. As the flight was cancelled and the gate crew felt no obligation to further help us was evident when they just left the area without ensuring that we would be able to get out of the Philadelphia Airport and onto ...

A Brief Intermission (Guest Post)

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Apr 10, 2013

1 comment

... Europe. A gentle swipe at Europe before crossing the Mediterranean into Africa. Skirting the Sahara and going as far west and south as would be possible in an area full of conflicts. Enough time though to commiserate with them for not finding Rick’s in Casablanca. The big flight down towards the south of Africa, proving that the shortest way to go south is to go due north.

The Kalahari, the Zambezi, the Namib, and I ...