Residence Inn Palo Alto Mountain View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Mountain View
... try on all the expensive face lotion at the duty free shop (because you know that they know that we can't afford $200 for face cream) -try on the awesome glittery tshirts -more walking to beat Matt in steps on our FitBit -read a book or two -continue putting the vibe out like the badasses we are This storm is CRAZY!! 80mph winds, torrential rain, traffic is stopped all over. It's kinda cool. OUR FLIGHT WILL GO OUT TODAY! Suck it, storm! Cross your fingers for ...
... have found, while carrying a bike up dozens of steps! Difficulty in finding the correct path through Golden Gate Park at the beginning of our ride, should have been an early clue that this was going to to a looooooong ride. The map failed to show you half the trails that actually existed and hence we took lots of wrong turns which tested the patience of two hungry riders! The park is very beautiful though and dotted with lots of real life ...
... cards I got for the trip are serious overkill.
- Staying in a different hotel every night for several weeks makes it clear that the UX (User Experience) of hotel showers is worthy of study and improvement. The user has a first time experience with each variant of a hotel shower each night. The experience is usually in a sub-optimal setting as you are standing there naked fiddling with knobs and dials that are often poorly labeled, if labeled at all. Getting it wrong ...
... As usual Steve and I went for a walk while Kate worked but our hotel was quite a way from the hub of Pismo and the Restuarant precinct. We decided to hunt and gather at a local store and ate dinner in enjoying a wedge of the sunset view in between hotel buildings from our room ...
... bite to eat before starting. Today's wines are a Viognier (30 cases) and the Prado (180 cases). It was all hands to the pumps as we were relying on volunteers to help with the bottling to save money.. It all went smoothly and by lunchtime we were finished. Mikes flight was late afternoon, so we killed a little time driving around looking for a coffee/snack ...