Staybridge Suites San Jose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Albondiga means meatball in Spanish and, even though we had Spanish Meatball Soup for lunch, the reason we had a meatball of a day was because our cousins' gathering was large, warm, and flavorful!! There were 15 of us packed into Suite 2313, beginning at 10:16 AM (honoring the 16th annual reunion). Doug, Lee, Ron & Doreen joined their …
It's time for the "Sweet Sixteenth" Pankratium - a Pankratz Cousins Reunion unlike any of the 15 to date!!! First of all, we're meeting this time in Santa Clara, California. Reunion headquarters is the Staybridge Inn & Suites near the San Jose airport. Janet & Sonja were the first to arrive (late yesterday) only to find their ground floor …
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