Townhouse Motel

475 S 2nd St, San Jose, California, 95113, United States | Motel
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A travel blog entry by barbbledsoe on Oct 12, 2013

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... 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 ...


A travel blog entry by newzealandus on Jun 18, 2013

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... for our flight to Auckland. Once we had missed our flight (after sprinting through the airport) we went back to Delta for them to work out our accommodations for the evening. Once we made it to the hotel and I showered and we got into bed it was 4:45am ATL time. :(. Fortunately we were able to use our airport vouchers for breakfast at the hotel. We will try for a more successful day ...

Soaking in the sunshine

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Apr 16, 2013

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... She gives a thorough overview of pressure points through out the body. Interestingly, the hands and feet represent the entire body and all the internal organs, so we dedicate the time to massage every joint and push every pressure point.

Caryl’s class is followed by dinner. The chefs are treating us to vegetable barley soup, greek salad, peanut butter cookies, and freshly baked bread.

After dinner Linda teaches all of us ...

America - the ultimate test of the metaboilsm.

A travel blog entry by lauzlim on Jun 20, 2012

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... the population itself. My metabolism has gone into overdrive. I would not be surprised if there is at least 3 litres of grease pumping through my arteries right now. On a different note, my younger cousin Lance graduated from the University of California Davis - so we got to go up to his graduation in Davis which is about a 1.5ish hour drive from where I am staying. Yay, Lance! So proud! It was like 40 degrees, stinking hot, and still no good looking boys. I scouted every ...

Home again, home again, jiggidy jig!

A travel blog entry by sheridanbowman on Apr 29, 2012

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... your culture) are innocent and forgiving there. In my view, the French are perfectionists and Spanish warm, loving people. The two bordering countries are so different and pride themselves on their origins ... something my Americans friends and family do, as well.

We all have financial obligations ... most likely college tuition for our children at this point. Remember, I had Ryan and Lindsay at an earlier age than most of you. To ...