Stanford Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Stanford Motor Inn Palo Alto
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... in the correct direction to the Dolores area where we began our walk walk walk! Had a wonderful breakfast; scrambled eggs with lox and capers and cream cheese for me and a breakfast burrito for Barry both Fantastic! We then visited the Dolores Mission; very interesting. Back to walking; it was a big breakfast to wear off. Walked to the Buena Vista Park; lovely park, many trees and homeless people whom can get well hidden amongst them, and we walked the streets and ...
... a major cities if Cloverdale and then Santa Rosa and vicinity was as uninteresting as it was fast. We passed the beautiful coastline around Bodega. The roads northbound were choked with cars. We were definitely approaching a major city, even if it was mostly hidden behind the Marin Headlands before us. After Sausalito, the Sam Francisco Bay appeared through distant fog. And the the Golden Gate Bridge appeared. Andrew was used to approaching the bridge from ...
... Zip Car and off we went.
Very hot and sunny (over 80 F... heh heh) in Palo Alto.
Walked, chatted, grabbed lunch.
Glad we got to see Lina - she is heading to New Mexico in January for a new job (Dept of Chemistry, Dept of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, and Cancer Center/School of Medicine)
One thing that was very noticeable as we drove along - wow that Cali drought is pretty serious. Everything was ...
... Back to the hotel for quick freshen up an then walked back to Iron Cactus for our first Mexican dinner in the US. Wed 28th Met Kate at her apartment around 930am. Set off for Fisherman's Wharf with a plan to lunch there. Coffee at farmers market. Walked along piers and South Beach Marina. Dropped in at the Exploratorium where Kate had applied for a job. We arrived at pier 39 ...
... new to an area, a driver obeys all of the signs. Obeying the signs at Stanford - no left turn, no U turn - took me about 3 miles away. I punched in the visitors center into my GPS and eventually got back to the parking lot. I considered myself very fortunate to find an open space this time, but walking through the lot I saw that many many spaces had opened up while I had been away.
I met Anne, Grant, and Cynthia at a picnic table outside the ...