We are back in town now. We found a place in Palo Alto.



For those considering a move to the area, here are some tips that I collected during the trip:
http://manuelhp42.blogspot.com/2007/12/relocating-to-palo-alto.html

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Comment by Terrie on December 7, 2007 at 12:54am
Welcome Back Manny! I hope that you Andreina and Santi had a Wonderful trip. I can't believe you found a place already. Good for you. We'll all drop in on you
during the summer. :D j/k....only some of us will.

Yum! Packing.

A Big Congrats on your new job. Your new employers made an Excellent choice. Best Wishes!

p.s. The House of Man(ny) did not fall while you were away. :o)
Comment by Mr. Peachy on December 8, 2007 at 8:11am
Hi Manny, Welcome to the left coast. You're going to enjoy the Bay Area... many good places to go, great weather, interesting people (interpret that last one however you want). I live up the road a bit in Sacramento and have been known to endure the traffic and come down to that area for an occasional visit. Lots of hills to burn those calories in either a city or rural environment. Golden Gate park in SF and Mt. Tamalpais just north in Marin county, are just a couple of examples. Maybe we can hook up, one day. - Craig

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