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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... and I ran to Target and Bed, Bath, & Beyond to pick up some last-minute necessities. When we got back to campus, Morgan was in the first of two mandatory meetings, so Matthew and I hung out in his suite and waited for him to get back. Then, we got to watch him have his first official hit on the SCU courts with 4 of his teammates - what a great treat!
After the hit, it was time ...
... of them from Canada. We did figure out the appeal of this place. From Needles, boaters can get to Lake Havasu down river and Lake Mojave up river. So clear dry desert air, warm winters, awesome sunsets, beautiful river and two lakes as well as unlimited water sports all adds up to a snowbirds paradise. It seems that it is also a getaway spot for the Greater LA area.
Our next stop after ...
... to my current layover in San Fran. He was flying home from a two year mission In Edmonton. He was cool, he kind of low key tried to convert me, even gave me a Mormon bible to keep with a note he wrote for me. Don't think I'll be converting any time soon but still a cool experience. I'll have more to talk about once I'm actually there, just thought I'd get the ball rolling with a quick update. Talk to y'all soon, ...
... new every day. We finally drove into San Francisco, where we were able to take in a dazzling sunset while on the interstate and then made it to the hotel. We stayed in the Hampton Inn in South San Francisco and they have a very nice facility. I honestly think any place that had a bed would have worked, but they had a very comfortable leather chair for Grandpa with ottoman, and a comfy bed for me. Still, didn't sleep ...
... progressivism." It is easy to stand strong in your beliefs in a climate where practically everyone has exact the same beliefs. It is even easier to become so wrapped up in those beliefs that you see yourself as superior to another and stop listening to them. The moment we stop listening is the moment we stop learning and this is something I refuse to do. To truly challenge myself, I must leave. Santa Cruz may be a utopia of sorts, but it is ...