The Mission Inn Santa Clara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... again at 1400 when we stopped by again. At 1430, we were told it hadn't been started, but it was guaranteed at 1500. At 1500, Tim was talking angrily with the front desk attendant and the security guard. At 1515, we got the key. We made the train to the stadium at 1615 and joined the masses in the parking ...
... American children, every day involves a little session of 'how they say things in England'. Here's a few the children regularly come across; Truck = Boot Sidewalk = Pavement Pants = Trousers Restrooms = Loo's or toilets Sneakers = Trainers Sweater = jumper Icepop = Ice Lolly Cookie = Biscuit Recess = ...
... drive, part of it still in the Mojave Desert, was Bakersfield CA. We stayed at the Country RV Park. a little gem despite being near the freeway. One of the neatest and cleanest we have seen. Jon got to see a sunrise to die for while walking dogs the next morning.
We then set off on the very last leg of the Becker's Great Southwest Adventure, a 5 hour trip north through the ...
... Law Enforcement! Cities are employing all over the place. Since The economy worsens more and more people commence to turn to crime. It is at these times where more law enforcement and police officers are expected. There are various jobs within the law-enforcement field. Several of the jobs in the industry are the following. You might consider Police, Government law-enforcement careers and a lot more. Even big companies employ investigators too. So that's an ...
... in the way they talk, walk and drive. Yes this is a generalisation, but after 3weeks on the road and in big and small cities alike I think I'm entitled to my opinion. - specific Americans can be generous, genuine, interesting and funny. The pair in El Torro Rialto, that thought Cubans were Mexican and were surprised we didn't use the dollar in the UK were two of the nicest most genuine people we met. The chemical scientist celebrating her new job in a place she ...