Residence Inn San Jose Campbell
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... than the Manhattan chowder. It was a little chilly outside in the gazebo, so after we'd eaten, it was back to our room for a coffee and another glass of wine, before the kids left after 11pm ! I didn't realize how late it was ! It worked out really well getting the food as "take out" because it's easier with the kids, and also we could drink our own wine without corkage - and no tips involved ! Bonus ...
Didn't rush around and had our breakfast of cereal and coffee in our room. Then drove to Saratoga, to the Hakone Japanese Gardens. They were nice, just like gardens in Japan, and so peaceful and quiet, with very few people around. Then into Saratoga, a lovely little place, and walked up and down the Main Street, and found a Japanese restaurant and had lunch there - named Masu. We had bento box with soup and salad, and it was very nice indeed. ...
... and Rhyolite, an old ghost town
Death Valley - home to the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere and with the world record for the highest recorded temperature in the world. Death Valley a veritable geological museum. Death Valley - the largest national park in the contiguous United States covering more than 200 square miles and comprising over 3.3 million acres.
Death Valley - my Christmas present, So glad to be here December 25th, 2013. ...
... sunny. In the evening Simon came home from work and made us his famous home-made-from-scratch pizzas. He'd been bragging about them while he was cooking, but I have to admit that they definitely lived up to their reputation. They were delicious! Simon had the weekend off so on Saturday we went to Capitola beach, just south of San Jose. I'd been to Santa Cruz before, which is why they decided to show me something different. I have to say that I think I liked Capitola even ...
... are of course still talking about America's big day and they showed us very interesting data. What kind of people voted for who?
Obama won, but it doesn't mean most of people chose him.
Romney was chosen by
Fathers, 45-older, men, suburbans, rural, white, people who attend church, people who are in financial problems, Protestants.
Obama was chosen by
Mothers, 19-29years old, women, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services