Days Inn San Jose Convention Center / Fairgrounds

Address: 4170 Monterey Road, San Jose, California, 95111, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4170 Monterey Road, San Jose, is near Japanese Friendship Garden, History Park, Oakridge Mall, and History Museum of San Jose.
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Charleston West Virginia: a foodie’s paradis

A travel blog entry by travelenthu on Dec 15, 2014

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... renowned for polite hospitality and peaceful ambience adds that extra pinch of feel good sensation that makes dining experience at Charleston a unique one.

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A travel blog entry by travelenthu on Oct 17, 2014

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... weddings are celebrated in a grand way. If you plan your itinerary well in advance, it is possible to get best facilities at vacation. In order to unwind from the stress that is caused from the everyday life, you should plan vacation in a perfect way. Vacation rentals Santa Barbara can be planned on round the clock basis. Single travelers, couples and families will be able to utilize the facility in an effortless manner.

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The sun sets on our trip

A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Oct 06, 2014

2 comments, 67 photos

... progress through Washington State took us into Yakima Gorge, where we envied people floating lazily down the river in boats and tubes; just-harvested farmlands near Goldendale in the delightfully named Klickitat Valley where we were, once again, glimpsing the distant volcanic mountains of the Cascade Range and on to its' border with Oregon.


Day 39: Home Sweet Home!

A travel blog entry by on Jul 27, 2014

... stopped once for a potty break. Girls were getting hungry, but I wanted to keep my fastfood tally to essentially zero for this trip - and there were NO McD's stops! Our only fast food stop on this trip was to Chick-fil-A in SLC!!

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8 Reasons I Love Death Valley National Park

A travel blog entry by shob on Dec 27, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... and haunting despite its amusing name.

3. Artist's Palette
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4. Ubehebe Crater
A gaping six hundred feet wide and half mile deep crater that was caused eons ago but a volcanic eruption.

5. Zabriskie Point
Zabriskie Point offers a stunning panorama of barren landscape, dotted with ardent photographers waiting for the sun to ...