Motel 6 San Jose Convention Center
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... unfortunately, we didn't see any of them.
As we approached Jasper, one of the gateways to the Rockies, wooden finger posts would point out mountains - what a good idea. Many of them are named after deserving people, although I'm not sure about Mt Nigel. The name ...
We slept late, like logs, and didn't get out and about until about 10.30am. We went for walk around nearby areas of Los Gatos and there are lots of lovely cafes and coffee shops and bakeries as well as nice homeware shops and fashion stores. The weather's gorgeous - lovely and sunny but not too hot. Aya and Chris and the girls picked us up from our hotel, and we all went to Sakura's swimming lesson......then afterwards to a couple of shopping centres. Had burger ...
We went to Sacramento to see Jon and Danica showing two of their Scottish Terriers before taking a look round the city.
Sacramento is the state capitol of California which, despite being 90 miles from the Pacific Ocean , is an important port - so the ‘river’ we walked along through the ...
... marathon two weeks ago. Fortunately, three out of the four movies, I hadn't seen before and of those, two were preferable to taking a nap. Again. We are now flying somewhere over Asia and on the last couple hours of our journey to Beijing, China where we are to meet up with the rest of our group. I put my contacts in, so when we land i wont be as blind as a bat and I'll be able to pick out our name on the NG sign. We're told that after getting through immigration ...
... 233;? We did, but first we drove by some of Ken’s family’s homes and Ken’s old school. First we went to Foster City, then we went to Saratoga, where we drove past their old house and then Blue Hills Elementary school, and the kids got out and stretched their legs a bit by playing on the same playground area their dad did many years ago. Ken went to third grade there. Next we went into San José, where we swam, swam and swam! The weather was back to what ...