Residence Inn San Jose South
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... just as it was pulling away from the dock and heading for our next port.
The journey to the ship was long and tiring, but along the way we made some new friends and a better feeling of Princess Cruise Lines. We also along with only two of the many US Airways employees re-enforced our belief that trip is not only measured in distance but time. If you arrive late it can be as bad as not arriving at all.Luckly for us Princess beleves that also. Thanks to Princess Cruises.
... the photo wouldn't have been up to scratch. We entered through the carriage doors which was where Sarah Winchester used to have her horse drawn carriage drive into the actual house to avoid poor weather, they asked us to refrain from photos and to hand over my newly purchased super size Winchester Coffee travel mug, which i did knowing i would get it upon exiting the tour. We had a young girl called Shay who had only done a handful of tours but knew her stuff, i came ...
... make one last stop at the Michaels so that we could get some supplies for the kids to decorate their bikes for the fourth of July parade. When we got home, Ella decorated her bike, and I helped Stosh with his. (I must say, it turned out really good!!) for dinner we had tacos, which were very good! Later on that night Aunt Jess, Uncle Vince, and I watched Weird Science. I thought that it was a really good ...
... part of this new generation of the family.
We would like to thank you for staying with us and joining in our latest adventure. We will be home for a while, but do have other plans for travel in the coming year. We will see you then. Until our next adventure, may God Bless and keep you.
In our last "Where is Dan" Hunt, Our great neice Bella and great nephew Nick were the first to find Dan. Congratulations goes out to them for their astuteness in quickly finding ...
... rest. Settling on a fallen redwood over a bubbling brook, Bree produced a half bottle of wine and some fresh berries from her backpack. The Touriga, from a local winery, was delicious. We laughed as we sipped directly from the bottle.
Perhaps it was the wine, but we powered up the canyon wall."Touriga: Great for Stamina!” Bree delared. Before we knew it we had passed the Ford and the back country campground. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center