Creekside Inn

3400 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, California, 94306, United States
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Restaurant near the Sheraton Hotel ?

by Jeannette1

Can someone recommend a good medium-priced restaurant within walking distance from the Sheraton Hotel in Palo Alto, California?
Thanks
Jeannette

Re: Restaurant near the Sheraton Hotel ?

by dsunlin

Sure, this is a student town after all. Just hit University Avenue and stroll until you see something you like.

Businesses come and go like mushrooms, and I don't know your taste, but it's a sure bet you'll find something along there.

Re: Restaurant near the Sheraton Hotel ?

by Jeannette1

I can't believe someone finally answered my post :-)

We did find a nice restaurant called Lavanda on University Avenue.
Good food and great atmosphere.
Jeannette

Travel Tips for Palo Alto

Check out downtown. It's not...

by Zartenejal

Check out downtown. It's not San Francisco, but it gets busier and more interesting every time I come home. Also, take a look at Stanford campus and consider a stop at the Baylands. Having grown up in Palo Alto, my favorite memories are from my childhood, before Palo Alto was synonomous with Silicon Valley and traffic on Hwy 101 was so crazy! One of my best memories is of rollerskating all over Stanford Campus with my friends.

Four miles of broad, sandy...

by mojo_jojo

Four miles of broad, sandy beaches stretch out to welcome visitors to Half Moon Bay. This picturesque setting is ideal for sunbathing, fishing and picnicking. A campground provides accommodations for those who wish to visit longer.

Location/Directions
The beach is located a half-mile west of Highway 1 on Kelly Avenue in Half Moon Bay. There are three parking and beach access points:

Francis Beach, at the end of Kelly Avenue in the City of Half Moon Bay.
Venice Beach, at the end of Venice Boulevard off Highway 1.
Dunes Beach at the end of Young Avenue off Highway 1.

Seasons/Climate/Recommended clothing
The major weather pattern for Half Moon Bay is fog in the summer, crisp, clear days in the fall and spring, and wet, windy winters. Temperatures are moderate with the summer highs in the mid 60's and winter lows in the mid 40's. Summer fog is most common in the mornings and evenings.

Facilities - Activities

Francis Beach has a campground with 55 individual sites, some suitable for tent camping, others for trailers or recreational vehicles. Although hookups are not available, there is a dump station. Later this year, a Half Moon Bay State Beach Visitor Center is scheduled to open.

Get Your Caribbean Food

by AlbuqRay about Mango Cafe

The Mango Cafe has Jamaican and Trinidadian food. My wife and cousin are half Trinidadian so we like this kind of food. Their jerk and curried "joints" (chicken wings) are pretty spicy, so be forewarned. Their chicken pelau was just okay, but maybe I am spoiled by the homemade pelau I get. My cousin liked the hot spicy goat but it was too spicy for me. I got the "Whole Island." It was huge...enough for three meals. The curry chicken patty had a flaky crust and was not too spicy. The curried joints were good also. I did not have room to try one, but their Caribbean smoothies looked great. The curry chicken patty and baked plantain were excellent.

MacArthur Park

by Ewingjr98

MacArthur Park is a historic restaurant in Palo Alto that is California Historical Landmark No. 895. The structure was built in 1918 by Julia Morgan (who also built Hearst Castle at San Simeon, Oakland’s Mills College Bell Tower, the Berkeley City Club and the Greek Theater). Today this is the only remaining structure from California's World War I Army training camps.

The structure was originally a World War I YWCA Hostess House and was located at Camp Fremont. After the war ended most of Camp Fremont was leveled, but Palo Alto purchased this building and it was moved to thge present location in 1919, where it became the first city funded community center in the US, and it later became the meeting place for a veterans organization. In 1976 the city wanted to demolish the building, but it was remolded in 1979 and became MacArthur Park Restaurant in 1981.

The front of the restaurant has numerous historical monuments, war memorials, and a memorial flagpole.

Palo Alto Stanford University

by KevinMichael

"Stanford University"

Boasting 8,180 acres, Stanford University is one of the largest in the U.S. and it's definately the biggest one I've ever been to.

It's also one of the most beautiful campuses that I've ever seen. I've gone here a few times to watch Berkeley play against Stanford. I'm more of a Berkeley fan but I also find there's a lot to like about Stanford.

Anyway, Go Bears. For those of you who don't know about the Stanford/Berkeley rivalry, don't wear blue and yellow (gold) clothing if you're going to visit Stanford. If you do, you'll definately get heckled at the least, especially if it's around the time of big game.

But you can fool everyone into thinking your Stanford friendly by wearing the Cardinal color red.

Don't say, "Go Bears." while you're at Stanford. That wouldn't be prudent.

"Go up to the Top of Hoover Tower"

This is the best place to take in the enormity of the university. Stanford gets a number of tourists, but the numbers aren't overwhelming. It's easy to spend a few hours here roaming around the campus.

"A view from one corner of the Tower"

I definately wouldn't want to fall from up here.
That's the kind of thought that pops into my head everytime I go up this high.

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Address: 3400 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, California, 94306, United States