Days Inn San Jose Convention Center / Fairgrounds
Travel Blogs from San Jose
... reunion, so after the reunion they came for a visit.
Tuesday, Dick and Wayne golfed at PG Golf Course. Arlene and I ran errands and ate again at the Turtle Bay Taqueria. And, later bought baked goods at the Paris Bakery in Monterey thinking we might be able to replicate the wonderful baked goods we experienced in Paris and Dijon, France. The croissants and bread are delicious here. However, not as good as in France. We ...
... a big sombrero atop my locker today.
The first episode of the final season of "Spartacus" has only just. Welcome. Roman Diary: The Journal of Iliona of Mytilini: Captured and Sold. according to Sharp, Quite possibly the most critical high quality of command - plus the one particular most frequently missed - is dependability. "Maybe it is really assumed, according to him. "Maybe it lacks ...
It's been a long day of yard sale-ing. We managed to get rid of quite a bit of stuff, but there are a few surprising stragglers left behind that we'll post on craigslist.
Today was a beautiful day for sitting outside at least. It's been quite a while since we had a chance to take in the scenery. It was a little stressful trying to haggle with people over our stuff, but overall it went well. At least the new tenant moving into our place ...
... get to the pool, only to find out it's closed. We stay for food and games anyways and after a couple hours of baking in the sun, we make our way back home. Later, Aunt Jess and Stosh accompany me on my first trip to Trader Joes! After dinner, Aunt Jess and I meet her running friend and daughter at the movie theater to see my favorite musical, Grease!
We're given bags full with ...
... bike rides through hills and shore
lines, running with a flock of pelicans riding the air streams so close to me I could almost touch them,
humbling moments of American kindness,
frustrations in ignorance, delights, disappointments (Santa Cruz is like
Burnham on sea on a good day), surprises and so so much more.
Nothing was planned but everything happened. An organic and simple process of getting from
A to B ...