Palo Alto Lodge
Travel Blogs from Palo Alto
... Valley. There was a tech fest going on downtown which was very fitting! We spent most of the day outside in the heat- which got me super pumped for summer time. We had dinner at a local Portola Valley Mexican restaurant, where did a lot of people watching of the families and the kiddos. Welp folks, this is it-back home on a 6AM flight ...
... running throughout the city. A small section has been preserved for tours, where you can see the original ground level of original buildings, saloon entrances, etc.
Fast forward to current day Seattle, this city mimics San Francisco; history goes deep as the rain, diverse, trendy, artsy, and gritty in parts. I'm not sure who's winning the race on how many Starbucks per capita are pinned on the map.
... and I have had many wonderful times
discovering the miraculous ways God works in our lives. Thank you girlfriend for
always being there for me in so many ways. How did I get so lucky to have 3
incredible Christian women as friends that always have my back. I love you
guys!!!! Thank you God for my friends.
Well that's a wrap for California. On the road again back east to Boise, Idaho to
visit Jim's kids, Julie and Dave at Boise State ...
... us. Turns out that when the doors shut you can't get in! But we weren't the only ones running up the stairs. Needless to say the Musical was beautiful and we all thoroughly enjoyed it, even though it went very late into the night. Scott and Adrian went to a San Francisco Giants versus the Atlanta Braves. The boys didn't have beer or hot dogs, they got fussy. They had hot chocolates to combat the cold (apparently ...
... you know exists, but you didn't know you knew existed...... it was time for the ball park song.....
Take me out to the ball game,
Take me out with the crowd;
Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack,
I don't care if I never get back.
Let me root, root, root for the home team,
If they don't win, it's a shame.
For it's one, two, three strikes, you're out,
At the old ball game.
written in 1908 by two chaps who had never even attended a ...