Country Inn Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Heated pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for our final ride to Fisherman's Wharf to finally rid ourselves of the bikes, and enjoy happy hour at one of the many restaurants! A walk up to Ghirardelli Square had us on a chocolate feast which saw us carrying overloaded bags of supplies for the rest of the night in preparation for future emergency use :) Thinking a quick bite to eat before heading home didn't seem like an unreasonable request without floating the national debt, we headed back ...
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For some reason, I got up so early this morning, despite being on vacation. I ate breakfast and got ready. Mohini got ready and dressed very cute. Then, Sara arrived to take me out for the day.
To my surprise, Sara was taking me to Google! Her boyfriend was beyond kind enough to invite me with them for lunch and see the campus. I could not believe how nice Sara and her boyfriend were to me.
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... location, as it took us through the heart of the campus.
The Stanford campus was as quiet as a library in the sun. "Where is the life?" I kept asking myself. Grant and I stopped at The Cafe in the alumni center. He ordered a grilled cheese and a Pepsi. I had a small latte. Grant's grilled cheese came with tomato and avocado, so he had to slice those off. My latte came with a bad taste. We looked up the college calendar to see if it was spring break ...
... giving up and going to the airport! You can never find one when you want one..... Later that evening with Mike winging his way back to Blighty, Jackie and I delivered some wine to a wine bar in Mountain View called the Savvy Cellar and met Paul who had caught the train down from the city.. Several wines later (well it'd be rude not to...) we headed off ...