We've been fortunate to encounter some great places to stay on our family journeys. These are a few that we photographed.
We stayed here while Kyler attended the 2004 Pyro robotics Workshop.
We stayed the weekend with Sharon, Emiel, Penny, and Andy (and others) to attend the Kentuckiana Bernese Mountain Dog Club's Spring Gathering and Draft Workshop.
We stayed here for a week while I attended a conference at MIT. The staff was wonderful and we even got to meet Java and Chai (Labrador Retrievers).
This was our first trip after Garbo died.
We only stayed for afternoon tea here but if we'd known about it sooner we would have stayed overnight.
We were just tourists here, trying to get acquainted with the "beautiful places" of California.
I was in California with the girls and Kitty visited briefly so we all attended the SFSPCA Bark and Whine Ball. We flew into San Carlos the night before and enjoyed playing at the Presidio the next day.
I was in California with Greta, preparing to present Berkeley's CS 3 course at Merced. These were work trips but we had a lot of fun. (I forgot to take pictures at the hotels, so the picture shown is from campus.)
I didn't have a car in California during this time so Greta was quite accustomed to riding in the bike trailer already, but the trip from Oakland was long (longer than it should have been - but we found a savior). Being on bike in Berkeley was a great way to see the town though.
This was during our 2000 Cleveland trip.
We stayed with my sister, Misha and her family.
We went out for Kitty's interview with Jazz Aspen Snowmass.
We didn't stay here, but I waited in the lobby while Kitty interviewed The staff (especially the concierge) was great to us. We ate dinner here and would like to return.
On the way home from California we hit bad weather and ducked into Durango (just ahead of the hail). We stayed a couple days and enjoyed the area. (Photo is just outside our hotel door - much prettier than the hotel.)
We attended the Python conference with Andy.
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