Country Inn Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Heated pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... us getting out. Our hood is not 100% as per the guide book but entertaining with a cross of old Newtown & some Sth Auckland suburbs but you can see it was once right up there. We ventured to the local Mexican tonight, which was pretty real not like downtown and recommend by the apartment owner. Next recommendation is Italian... (Loving not ...
... cake fresh, our car survived the torment of the car park! Pressing on towards SFO, Carolyn, the trusty navigator, forgot to wake at the 46km mark to guide Cathy towards our route for Santa Jose. Waiting an endless time for the iPad to reroute us, we wondered why it was that Cathy so desperately wanted to go out of our way to see San Jose anyway...... Alas, some further investigation confirmed that Cathy's Spanish needs some improvement and we actually needed to go 15 km backwards to ...
Meeting with friends today.
Lina and Eric live in Palo Alto; she works at U -Stanford (Ph.D. Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford School of Medicine and Eric works for PWC.
Phillip and Zoe both work at Google and are in Mountainview.
I know both Lina and Phillip from karate in Edmonton.
Red would not start. Good thing we noticed before today. Weird because a new battery was put in last fall. :(
Made our way to Fishermans wharf Pier 39 to board sailing boats by the F line which is the historical tramline. Kate and Ben at Pier 39 and had donuts and coffee authentic American breakfast. Ordered the catamaran for a wonderful one and a half to ...
... and horse farms, goats and antique shops.
I dropped off the family at the Stanford visitor center, and went to look for parking. There was none to be had in the visitors lot, and people were trolling around, slowing when they saw someone walking to a car. I slowed down when I saw a woman with a bag, but she waved her finger at me, "No, no, no", as she dropped her bag in the trunk and then walked away. I ventured out to the streets of the university. When ...