Residence Inn San Jose South/Morgan Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... the lighthouse was built. The lighthouse is in desperate need of renovation- it is rusting and crumbling and no longer open to tourists. This coastline is not so rugged as in Oregon. We also saw Fields and Fields of Brussels Sprouts!, When do they get frost to sweeten them?? We learned that they have become a popular crop in the last 8-9 years. We arrived in Santa Cruz and headed for the ...
... but unfortunately we didn't see any because it was apparently too hot and they hide in cool places under leaves etc. Afterwards, Aya bought Sakura a slug magnet and she was happy with that. Sakura was so good and walked for a very long way, happily finding the signs which number certain areas and have information about the trees and other plants and animals. It was nice and cool and we walked on to the river and I looked after Alyssa in ...
... Much of the original structure remains and has been restored to once again be the largest California mission church and the only one with three aisles. It was named for John the Baptist. Musical arts were taught here and the mission owned many instruments, which the Indians readily took to. Father Tapis developed a colored musical notation system and taught ...
... 180 miles, but it seemed like 300 for some reason. Easy drive until we got to Salinas and the traffic became bumper to bumper coming from the beachside communities. Once we were through that we got to Betabel RV Park. We've got a beautiful corner spot that’s probably the longest in the park, right next to the dog walk and open space. Perfect!!
After we got set up we drove into Gilroy, the garlic capital ...
We drove south, stopping again at Stanford for an actual tour of the campus this time. Jonas showed me around, and most importantly I got to see a humongous mural that features a number of students working diligently on various scholarly initiatives. One of those 10 foot tall students is, you guessed it, Jonas. His likeness is forever emblazened upon a wall just inside the education building, concentrating ******* something undoubtedly groundbreaking.