Vagabond Inn San Jose (SJC Airport)
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... We suggested that they might want to just install a full-length zipper up Lela's side so they can just go in any time they need to in the future. Julie and Ron then wrangled pizza for everyone, keeping up the reunion tradition that "eats" are king. More kibitzing, and sharing stories of various aches and pains (well, we're all old) concluded the day's festivities. We are all looking forward to our grand finale ...
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Getting back to Maures apartment felt strange. As a host you could fault him he was very generous but in the back of my mind the fact we were sleeping on some strangest floor kept me on edge slightly.
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... off to Pine Ridge Winery for a tasting arranged by our friend Michael Maley. (Thank you Michael). We also visited Twomey winery (owned by Silver Oak). That evening we ate at Cindy's BackStreet Kitchen in St. Helena where we had a wine from Summers Winery called Charbono. We loved the name but we liked the wine even better! St. Helena was ...
... fun and to do this I try to simplify travel plans and routines along with keeping the kids occupied during long plane/bus/train rides.
In terms of their health and safety I think contracting illnesses is our main concern. The kids and us have been immunized for Typhoid and we have brought copious amounts of mosquito repellant to minimize the chances of Malaria. Rabies is always an issue which will have to be addressed by being vigilant and keeping the ...