San Jose Airport Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was after a Balenciaga purse.
The motorbike impressed selection has speedy come to be the "It" bag of recent moments. Stars these as Sienna Miller, Nicole Richie and Mary-Kate Olsen will often be viewed carrying a Balenciaga purse within the bike variety inside the newest colors. Some favor the moschino iphone case smaller sized "City" and "Work" kinds, but in keeping with the big bag ...
... peaceful. Here they are often peaceful but
so far they haven't been spacious or green. Just parking lots with
places to empty your sewerage, get some power to charge the batteries
and (usually) a clean place to shower. This one is setting us back
$42 for the night, the most expensive so far but the cheapest we could
find for the night. Plus a shower is 75 cents, the first place to charge us for that. Silicon Valley is not a cheap place to stop for
... but, after 143 days and 3,339 miles, he had to give up when the cancer spread to his lungs. He died a few months later but not before he saw his 24million CAD target reached. More than thirty years later, there are annual Terry Fox runs all over Canada - and elsewhere and, to date, the Terry Fox Foundation has raised over 600 million CAD.
... the Zabriskie lookout for sunset. It was a bit smoky though so didn't get the best views, but it was another place that just didn't look real. Desolate and barrel but strangely beautiful. Tonight we went to a 'dark sky talk' with a ranger, as the NP has a dark sky certification. What a joke, we stargazed from a brightly lit bloody car park. Would have been better off driving to a dark spot ourselves (which we will do at one of the other NPs, I'm sure it'll be dark enough there). Onto ...
... more interesting than the museum would be,so here's a real caterpillar.Instead we headed towards Yosemite National Park and, as we wound our way through the bends and gradients of Hwy 120, came to an area of burned and devastated forest.
When we reached the Rim of the World viewpoint, the damage became more obvious – and the explanation, a man made fire started ...