Pacific Inn of Redwood City
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Travel Blogs from Redwood City
... one of us to finish our glass so that he could fulfill his role with satisfaction and provide a full top-up within 10 seconds. We came to the conclusion that it must be the norm for customers to guzzle at least 2 litres of coke with their burritos. His catchphrase was “you keep drinkin’ em and i’ll keep fillin’ em”.
Later that afternoon we continued our recurring theme of splashing about in lakes for a bit. This time it was a spot ...
... the same as CityRail. The Ticket gates, ticket machines etc. looked very similar indeed, making working out how to use our US 'play’ money the hardest part! The run from the airport into town ran mostly in tunnels but occasionally popped out, and we could see rows of brightly coloured houses laid out in neat rows up and down the hills. We picked a point on the map that looked fairly central location that we could explore the city from.
... petting stray dogs and monkeys (we will see how that goes).
Keeping the kids occupied over long flights, bus and train trips are always a challenge. They are now the proud owners of video game players, movies on the computer along with many arts and craft projects (that can be thrown away once completed).
I try to simplify all aspects of travel to make travel with kid’s much more fun. So there hair was cut short (no more cute curls on Lukas or ...
... Queen Mothers Birthday is on June 18 and it is likely that I will be there to celebrate it.
One of the fetivals in Chiang Mai is the Flower Festival.The Thai's celebrate during the first weekend of February. It's the time when all of the flowers are in bloom. Another festival is the Songkran festival, which is a thai new year.They celebrate it by throwing water at each other.
... most densely populated pocket of the city but definitely the most colourful. it was great to wander the streets soaking up the atmosphere sounds and scents of the tightly packed shops and restaurants.. it was more like china than china...!! having been to Shanghai..hehe....the street markets were packed with fresh fruit and vegetables that I could not name and crammed with buyers and sellers chatting in Chinese..an awesome place..
we then climbed the hill to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking