Motel 6 Fremont South
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... as it was a one level building until she realised that the whole area was Google buildings. Bikes are provided to get around the campus. Google have recently opened a visitor centre so we went there and saw how Googlers work. Lots of fun stuff - a ball pit, putting green, sleep pods, massage chairs, multi level desks, nooglers (new to Google) hats, Google bikes etc. ...
... 399 for 7 nights, and $899 for a mini-suite. I went around and got some quotes, and went back to the cruise agency that I used earlier this year to book our trip because they had the lowest price (approx $800 after tax). And of course, we did buy travel insurance based on our previous experiences...(another long story I can share later).
Now, we are all set, booked today, and can't wait until December rolls around (Dec 7 - Dec 14)!
... as I wanted to experience the US federal institution that is Amtrak and I was not disappointed. Dining in the 1950s carriage and enjoying a drink in the Parlour I waved at the people we passed who’d stopped their cars so see our tin-can carriages trundle alongside the Pacific coast.
I was met from the train by Lew, one half of another lovely American couple I’d met in Tahiti on the Aranui freightliner. I stayed with them in ...
The second term because the teachers and students are more familiar with the so my college life more colorful remember opening is not long time, I have attended college, organization of the tug of war, the tug of war is really brilliant first met a few competitors are general, so we won the game is easy, of course, in addition to the efforts of the team, the team have also ...
... tragic history of genocide and institutional and inherited racism and oppression that is still very much affecting people's lives even today in 2013, some 500 years after the brutal colonization of the americas. On this holiday we get together and eat a lot of food, usually not thinking about where it came from, who grew or made it, or what exactly we are celebrating. And then the next day, ...