Residence Inn Sunnyvale Silicon Valley II
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Our first trip out was to the beautiful Scotts Valley. This location many of you will know has been high on our list of places to live for the past few months. As we drove 'over the hill' we were not disappointed, it was breath taking. Such lovely views with the sun beaming brightly this really was California at its most beautiful. We headed straight for Vine Hill Elementary, the park and some of the areas we had seen houses to rent over the past few months. It ...
Starring: Cirsty, Ryan, Sam's Chowder House, bar staff, hotel staff
Location shots: San Francisco/Highway 1/Santa CruzAfter a few moments spent deciding who will drive its decided that Ryan should as even though he wasn't sure if he could do it, he definitely didn't want to be Cirsty's passenger. Cirsty attempts to set up the GPS however due to the poor satellite reception in San Fran they are left to follow 6 steps handed them by car rental office ...
... size. After appetizers they took us to P.F. Chang’s for supper.
This morning Trevor and Sheila introduced us to the Rodeo Drive of the Silicon Valley. It’s called Santana Row. Sheila and Darlene had fun shopping for little stuff. Darlene found her 2014 calendar. We had wood-fired pizza on the sidewalk and watched the world go by. Later we talked ...
... been to Honolulu 3x, but this is the first for the rest of my family. Excitement hasn't really sunk in as we've got so much on our plates before we leave. Each of us has a lot to finish and I'm praying that I'll be organized and packed two days before our departure. It can happen, miracles have been known to occur. This also will be a very ...
... top of one another (see photo). They pile and complain constantly. Their bark sounds like "GET OFF OF ME" "OW, YOU'RE HURTING ME" . These are big, big mammals and yet they all lie on top of each other and make great effort to get there. --and they smell really very fishy and earthy all rolled into one.
In the middle of all this, up popped a loon, yes a loon -- shouldn't it be on the way home like some hillbillies I personally know!! Or is it smart enough to stay ...