Vagabond Inn San Jose (SJC Airport)
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... suspiciously their answer was always, "we can't really remember." Proof was, that if they'd eaten everything they showed us pictures of, they'd be twice what they weighed when they left on the trip.
After lunch "Harry" the doll made his entrance, Janet & Sonja retrieving him from the fountain of doll youth, where he was lovingly restored. Harry and sister "Alice," pictured without "Melba," are now 99 ...
... lag was kicking in a lot. People were talking, but I was not taking part of any conversations. All I was doing was falling asleep. I really tried to stay awake.
Mohini was very kind to let me sleep in her bed for the night. She did not have to offer that since I was willing to sleep on the couch. So happy to have her back in my life.
So grateful to hang out with my amazing friends and get to vacation in California for a bit.
... behaviours! Don't think I have sex on my brain or anything...but it is all soooo interesting! There was a monster of a male with his harem (see the photo I took of him just before "the incident") and another male about 30 feet away. Suddenly the male I took a photo of slithered, lunged and scooted along the beach towards the other male, at a speed one could scarcely believe considering his weight and size! He reared up ...
... just as it was pulling away from the dock and heading for our next port.
The journey to the ship was long and tiring, but along the way we made some new friends and a better feeling of Princess Cruise Lines. We also along with only two of the many US Airways employees re-enforced our belief that trip is not only measured in distance but time. If you arrive late it can be as bad as not arriving at all.Luckly for us Princess beleves that also. Thanks to Princess Cruises.
... to get some nice photos of the bay area and the bridge spanning the bay all in nice time however it took 3 hours to get to San Jose which should have been an hour drive, all due to peak hour traffic. When we arrived at Winchester Mystery House they let us delay our tour for 30 minutes so as we could get something to eat and drink first. The memories of this place are a little different, i seem to remember that there were a lot more land or at least house property, ...