Heritage Inn

Address: 378 W. Calaveras Blvd., Milpitas, California, 95035, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on 378 W. Calaveras Blvd., Milpitas, is near California's Great America, The Great Mall of the Bay Area, Intel Corp and Museum, and San Jose Municipal Golf Course.
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      Travel Blogs from Milpitas

      Praying for Liberia

      A travel blog entry by sbusby on Aug 20, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... all closed the the American International School of Monrovia where I worked last year is also closed. They have a tentative opening schedule for sometime in October...but that all depends on how things go.

      5. The Light - Ryan told me that things are so eerie right now in Monrovia. You don't hear as many horns, you do hear a bunch of sirens, you don't hear the beautiful calls of sellers calling out their wares, people laughing and talking loudly as ...

      From shaken snowglobe to centered space

      A travel blog entry by sbusby on Aug 15, 2014

      5 photos

      ... to the Bay Area, my mom had sworn she wouldn't bring up Ebola at all...just spend time with us. Ryan opened up on his own and talked all about it, how he was feeling...all while he packed his suitcases with the supplies I had purchased for him to take back. We had dinner together...my sweet mom had made a gorgeous salad, salmon, and veggies for us...so thoughtful. She suggested that Ryan and I go out on a date and spend some time alone...it was amazing! I had a Laloo's vanilla ...

      Jobs in enforcing the law

      A travel blog entry by classroomchap22 on Mar 22, 2014

      ... paying job you dislike. A job you are stuck working day in and day out without any light at the end of the tube.. .. There are lots of careers in the law-enforcement industry. A few of the jobs in the industry are as follows. You may contemplate Government law enforcement jobs, Police and additional. Also large companies hire researchers also. So that is a choice for a task you may ...

      Last day after 3400miles

      A travel blog entry by kieranmurphy on Jul 07, 2013

      4 photos

      ... he wouldnt have got his flat or pannier issues... Plus the myriad of other people we met attracted by our bikes. - tipping does provide better service. Again another generalisation, from my experience the worst service was in LA (I'm giving the guys in Solvang on 4th July benefit of the doubt). The best, tough one, the Mexican waitress in Rialto that replaced the drink I knocked over Mat was nice the Chinese places in San Fran were incredibly efficient and the staff ...

      Airport fun

      A travel blog entry by pwassell on Sep 21, 2012

      ... more people on roofs. More people on high bridges. Bridges don't have aircon units as far as I was aware. Traffic bad, lots of people stood on the side of the roads and roofs etc.. Odd. Turns out that the space shuttle endeavour was on its final journey flying over on the back of a 747. I tried to look for it, but as I wasn't on a roof or high bridge, no chance. Arrived at the airport after getting through the others rubbernecking to see ...