Residence Inn Palo Alto Mountain View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... get to see the crooked street after all and hence achieve the days goals The exhausting day saw us off home on the same Muni route that we did yesterday. It should have been an easy task, but hence we again ended up in yet another part of the city we hadn't seen! Deciding we had truly experienced every possible district in SF, we finally made it home, and figured it was best to stay indoors for the rest of the evening with take out and ...
... 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 ...
... sail on Adventure II. After we returned from sailing we had an authentic American lunch burgers at place called wipeout then we made our way back to our hotel for a quick cleanup before going out to dinner at Firefly Restuarant which was really ...
... outlook. The final stop was IKEA. This shop we had heard big things about- and it lived up! Firstly the shop is massive. Secondly it is one massive maze. Finally- it is clever as it makes you first walk thorough all the shops set up/ ideas of all rooms of the house (bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, office, lounge and dining room. It also showed how you can set up your home in a 300 sq ft and still have everything ...
... This time, the tube is very busy and we had to barge people out of the way to get our luggage on the train, which was very crowded. As we got across London and nearer to Heathrow, more and more people got off, so by the time we got there, we had virtually the whole carriage to ourselves. We met up with Mum, said goodbye to Jack and then checked in. When I booked the flight, I had chosen the seats so that Mum was sat next to ...