Days Inn San Jose Convention Center / Fairgrounds
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... action so you can see and follow the play. Got some food and settled in to wait for the game. The game certainly didn't feel as long in the live action as it does on TV and went quite quickly. The atmosphere was great, with everyone sitting around you treating you like best friends and high fiving every decent play. Unfortunately for Dale the 49ers lost, robbed by the ref....... but a tick off the bucket list none the less!! We ...
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Disclaimer: I am not a writer but I love to travel.I usually dont have a way with words - so I intend to make my blogs more pictorial. Also a large part of our travel plans involves planning for the food. So this travel blog might also bring some details and pics of the food we eat/ate.
... enough to get aisle seats (Thank you, National Geographic :) ); sitting across from each other. I dodged a bullet (metaphorically speaking) and the Asian family with a one year old (assigned to sit next to me) swapped seats with two other people. Don't get me wrong, I love small children but prefer not to sit 12 hours next to one unless forced to do so. Not much to do for 12 hours in a 24"x40" space. I caught up on my sleep the first three hours (with periodic tapping ...
... expect in California--sunny and delightful; around 85-90. Ah! Warmth! So even though the pool was tiny, no matter! We all swam and enjoyed the tiny pool. Diving for pennies! Fun times! Then for dinner, the hotel recommended Johnny Garlic’s a Guy Fieri restaurant. I know who he is but we don’t really watch any of his shows--no matter! I knew food would be delicious. It WAS, and Ken even tried something called “Chicken Volcano” with a sauce! Cray-cray! ...
... today was our friends, the Martin's house in Los Altos. The Martin's are a family we met at our kid's school and bonded with...before they moved away to a lovely neighborhood in Los Altos. We continue to build our friendship...via text, email and this wonderful, yet short visit / bombardment of their home! Thank you for your warm hospitality!
(Yesterday we saw quail, zebras, elephant seals and otters (from a far)