Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Heated pool
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We were on the road to San Jose (is there a song about that?) about 8:30 Monday morning. I was quickly reminded why I like the Midwest, Traffic!!! or lack there of. IS 80 and 380 most of the way, 4-6 lanes and probably averaged 20 mph. We arrived late morning. The route took us by Google Headquarters in Mountain View. This location has over 2 million sq.ft. of ...
... first geyser, so it was pretty cool or I should say hot. It does smell like sulfur.
The place was nice. They have a picnic area and they even had some famous Fainting Goats, who didn't faint despite Don's best effort.
Again, too pricey for the attraction, but I guess you have to make ends meet when supervising a natural wonder.
We lunched in Santa Rosa at IKE's PLACE. It was a hip, college eatery across from the college. They had ...
... rose over the Bay and spent our wedding night in a beautiful B & B a short distance away. Jen and Bill stayed in the same B & B and we all had breakfast together the next morning in the sun on a terrace with a view of the Bay. I'm here on my own this trip as Jim is at home working, but we both love coming back here, for the great memories, the beauty of the surroundings and to spend time with good friends.
... employed and pretty flexible but they also are very active, and have a 5 year old in pre-school. So when we got to El Cerrito I checked in and the first option didn't work but the second one did.
So we were set for Friday early evening in San Rafael. Chris had taken the day off so the boys had decided they would do a little hike in Marin County before heading up their hill.
... are all on one side of the bridge. We saw more patrol cars than there are in Sullivan county just going over the bridge. It’s definitely more impressive to see from a distance than to see driving over it at 50 MPH in the way back of the minivan. Once the five dollar toll was paid, we went to the visitor’s center. Chuck couldn’t find a close place to park, so he let Greer, Joe and I out and he went to park. Dad was trying to put out some fires ...