Residence Inn San Jose South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the blue suited SAP Center people guide people to their seats.
One thing I notice is the staff members are all quite old – most seem to be in their 60s or 70s. I can understand why there may be some people of that age group. But to see the overwhelming majority of people doing a certain job coming from this age group is not something I am used to seeing in the UK. One thing I deduce is that more people here work past the notional retirement age of ...
... noisy sea lions honked at all who passed. Small shops with food, sea food of all description, but we bypassed them all!
Paul was interested in the great amount of yachts in the marina, as there's usually motor boats in most boat places.
What a surprise to learn that Matt and Samara were in the same area, so we caught up with them this morning for brekky. They headed north and we South. ...
... me a bit since my phone was dead. She let me used her phone to contact Sara.
My girls Sara and Mohini picked me up at the airport! So happy to be reunited with my awesome friends! We drove to In-and-Out Burger!!! So many Bay Area people at my college always spoke about it. The burger was so good and the shake too!
Having actual American food again was amazing. The food in Sanlitun was rather expensive and not as good as ...
... shoulder by Collie - grrrr!) and was served a hot chicken (I think that's what it was) dinner upon waking. The salad was a tad warm but I ate it nonetheless because that will be the last time I eat raw vegetables for the next two and a half weeks. After numerous trips to the bathroom and short walks up and down the aisles, I ran out of things to keep me entertained so I finally settled in my seat and watched four movies. I haven't watched that much television since the ...
... Estuarine Research Reserve. The slough runs about five miles inland and is accessed by going under the very low, Highway 1 bridge. Small tour boats and hundreds of kayaks go up there every day.
Not only was there a lot of life growing on the boats there was plenty of other sealife around us. When we turned left to enter the yacht club marina, immediately to our left was a large floating mat of brown. Upon closer inspection ...