Inn Of Los Gatos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... did feel quite surreal, we had forgotten just how much stuff we really had! It was all so exciting, as they unloaded off each box you could feel all the relief seeping from us all. Real glasses, plates, cooking pots, chairs, bikes, scooters, toys and BEDS! The beds just felt so comfy and homely after 6 months of hotels and air beds. It's been such a crazy period of our lives, at times its felt like we were stuck in some ...
... American children, every day involves a little session of 'how they say things in England'. Here's a few the children regularly come across; Truck = Boot Sidewalk = Pavement Pants = Trousers Restrooms = Loo's or toilets Sneakers = Trainers Sweater = jumper Icepop = Ice Lolly Cookie = Biscuit Recess = ...
A quick set of rehearsals has led to a semi-staged version of HMS Pinafore, performed on the stage of the Los Gatos Shakespeare Festival. I participated in this through the Lyric Theater of San Jose because Jonathan was cast as the Boatswain. So why not?
It was nice because Nick ...
Sight of the Day: The moon casting redwood shadows across my campsite as I finished eating. Honorable Mention: An idiot camper feeding a raccoon some food, no wonder the campground requires it locked in your car.
Quote of the Day: “Snoooort, Hreeeck, Patoo!” – the wonderful cadence repeated by my neighboring camper 63 times as he cleared his sinuses and spit. ...
... super winding roads right on the side of tons of cliffs, just wow. As I was driving I kept thinking, there really isn't a word in the english language, or maybe any language, to describe the majesty of this place. I know that sounds all sappy, but it's true. It was just amazing. How someone could see this place and not believe in God blows my mind, or at least some kind of higher power. By the time I got to Big Sur, it seemed like no big deal. I don't ...