Stanford Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Menlo Park
... Cosby started out, Beat museum where the counter culture began and City Lights bookstore the official home of the counter culture. This also includes the Condor which is the first bar in America to offer topless waitresses in 1964.
Cable Car Museum
Our last attraction in the city was to visit the cable car museum. ...
After the post office, we walked back down to Fisherman's Wharf to see if we had missed anything cool in previous visits. We bought a few more bits and pieces, and also had lunch at a place called 'Rainforest Cafe.' That place seriously goes all out, with robotic animals, themed food, and decorations that honestly make you feel like you 'aren't in Kansas anymore.'
The funniest part was that I had ordered a dish called 'The ...
... needed) and zonked out for a couple of hours to revitalise. Went to dinner at a Mexican restaurant about 7pm, it was really good and a Margarita to top it off. Total meal was $90 worth of damage including tip. Stopped for a drink at a roof top bar next to our hotel and could barely stay awake so decided time to really give our bodies time to get over any jet lag and hit the hay. Well that was the idea but around 12:30 the locals decided that it ...
... On top of that is the fourth suitcase and on top of that are the wheels for Matt’s jogger.
Within the cabin there is an assortment of electronics, pillows and blankets, food and a cooler, Harry Potter books 1-3 on CD, the four of us and the world famous Emotional Aide Dog. As I write the packing inventory I can’t help but think that my friend, Marcos Gamboa’s new hybrid camper (see: http://youtu.be/mI0yXI9NWrQ). Maybe next trip.
... rising incredibly high above you. We learned about the trees, their strength and their age and some are hundreds of years old. We walked a ten kilometer trail which took us through the lower part of the forest first and then (after a major climb) lead to a beautiful view over all the trees. The next stop on this mini roadtrip was Napa Valley, famous for its grape fields and wine. We sipped a little wine but unfortunately not all of us were allowed to go into the professional ...