Oak Motel Palo Alto

Address: 4279 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, California, 94306-4400, United States | 2 star motel
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        • Swimming pool
        • Bar/lounge


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service
        • Business Services

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        All packed and ready to go

        A travel blog entry by snibbertort on Jun 19, 2015

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        Chris and I just finished packing. Hopefully we didn't forget anything! The apartment is all cleaned up and we're pretty much ready to go. Chris is busy working on a poster for his conference, and I'm headed to bed. I have a couple of errands to run in the morning, and then we're off to the airport. I'm a little nervous about tomorrow. The night before we ...

        Day 5: Of Marathons and Museums

        A travel blog entry by jennyleegee on Mar 22, 2015

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        ... the day and thought we would not go too far today, because we have to get packed up and ready to go the airport for our redeye flight. We decided to walk to the Oakland Museum. This place is awesome! And great value for the princely entry fee of $15 each. Ray enjoyed seeing the F64 photography and the degereotypes. We had fun playing with the animation and sound track booths. Videos to follow later. All in all a quiet day. Packed our things ready for the flight to ...

        We escaped from Alcatraz

        A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Aug 29, 2014

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        ... cars which is not a surprise really. Much more a touristy thing. Apparently they were introduced here in 1873 (because the horse drawn carriages struggled on the steep hills and killed too many horses by being dragged after falling) and gradually grew to 21 routes covering 52.8 miles. Now there are only 3 routes and the cars themselves are National Landmarks.

        Luckily, Paul is not geographically challenged like me and manages to navigate us to get off the cable car at the TOP ...

        If you are going to San Francisco..........

        A travel blog entry by enstone on Jun 18, 2014

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        ... the name) we saw a bear with its cub! According to the Ranger we were very lucky & were told that it was a black bear even though it doesn't look very black in the photos. The views were so beautiful & the boys loved running around around the giant sequoia trees! The landscape changed again from forest to scorned grass as we headed towards San Francisco. We had to take it gingerly as my back ...

        Basic Info. on Beijing

        A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on May 22, 2014

        ... stereotypical Chinese food like scorpion is sold.

        e. Wudaokou

        Beijing University and Tsinghua University is located in or near this area. This is considered the student center. There are plenty of nice cafes in the area. One place I highly recommend is Ricci Cafe, which was founded by alumni of my program the Beijing Center (TBC). Ricci Cafe is unique because it uses local Chinese flavors in western dishes. The Sichuan mocha is spicy with a bitter aftertaste.