The Oak Motel Palo Alto
Travel Blogs from Palo Alto
... After a 13 hour sleep we surfaced, and decided to check out the local Farmers Market.
We soon discovered that over here they call any supermarket a Farmers Market!
During our search for the Farmers Market, (the one where the growers sell their produce), we walked through the famous Mission District, which is a very trendy, interesting suburb (we never did find the type of market we ...
Well folks, due to the lack of our technical savvy we have lost all our pictures
taken for the last seven weeks. I am so sad. We had some amazing pictures of
family and friends and the wonderful places we visited. Yesterday we went to
the Apple store to see if they could help us figure out how to transfer our
pictures off our NEW Fuji camera to the iPad. Something went wrong because
today when I went to do it ...
... dark forest in the 'Gnome Mobile' movie! But assuming I was lost, I didn't see the park in the best mood. To my relief, driving ten or so miles got me out of the forest and onto a more recognizable (and sign indicated) road to Point Reyes.
There is a visitor's station at Point Reyes National Park with working bathrooms. A few walking trails begin here as well, including the "Earthquake Trail", a short paved loop that explores the San Andreas Fault Zone but ...
... Wait, which way is north?)
I actually found my way to north-bound 101 and began the much-too-quick trip home. We made a short stop at Camping World in San Martin and pulled into the driveway a little after one. Once home, we found that our darling kids—all four of the dear ones—had peppered our house with balloons, welcome-home signs, and notes to remind us how to run a house (such as, I don’t have to plug it in ...
... then London. I'm starting to get pretty amped, but I'm incredibly scared of getting lost and not having the convenience ...