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The Rose Hotel
807 Main Street, Pleasanton, CA 94566, United States
(800) 843-9540
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When television became one of the great national pastimes many years ago, there were people who predicted the TV would be a huge blow to tourism. Why, they mused, would a person spend the time and money traveling to faraway destinations when they could be experienced from the comfort of a living room sofa? Rather, television inspired people to do even more traveling. Today, virtual reality promises to take us places with a far more immersive expe...
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American sensibilities and lifestyles are changing. One of the psychographic trends being charted by U.S. demographers is urbanization, as increasing numbers of citizens in the United States and most other countries express their desire to reside in a style that allows them to live, work and play in close proximity. In other words, to live within walking distance of these activities, or at least within walking distance of comfortable and dependab...
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A well designed airport is a beautiful thing. Today, architecture firms are not only designing new and renovated airports for esthetic appeal, they’re also doing it with passenger safety in mind. Yes, a person has a higher probability of getting struck by lightning than dying in a terror attack, but keeping people safe is still a top priority at airports around the world, and architecture firms are rising to the challenge. Gresham, Smith and Part...
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Men can be difficult to shop for, since many are not very forthcoming about what they want or need. Every Father’s Day we face this dilemma — how not to buy a clichés gift like a necktie. To all of you facing this struggle, or just trying to raise your gift-giving game, we offer the following suggestions, with a heavy emphasis on gadgets. Men tend to like gadgets. They’re not only utilitarian, they’re great conversation pieces. In so doing, we gi...
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“There is an app for that” has become a cliché of the technological era. Clichés become clichés for a reason. There really is an app — a self-contained program or piece of software code designed to fulfill a particular purpose — for just about anything you can think of. So it's no surprise that there are dozens and dozens of apps (short for applications) for travelers. There are so many travel apps that the average person would have a difficult t...
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Happy New Year everybody. It is that time when we make resolutions for the year ahead, take stock in how our lives are progressing and, of course, what the New Year will be for one and all. For those who fancy themselves futurists or people of vision, it is the time when they make predictions about what will come to pass during the next 12 months. The travel site Booking.com has joined the forecast with eight travel predictions, based on traveler...
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Turkey rules the roost on Thanksgiving Day, no question about that, even if many gourmands also like a baked ham as an option. But, the protein aside, it is the plethora of Thanksgiving dinner side dishes that are the wild cards and take this holiday’s dinners from good to great. With this favorite of holidays looming, The Daily Meal (a website that fancies itself an authority on “all things food and drink”) came up with the clever idea of review...
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There are few things in life that give us more abiding pleasure than food. Some people travel just to get a great meal. The most popular cities in the world are great food cities such as New York, San Francisco, Paris and Rome. So it most definitely peaked our interest and prompted hunger pains when we noticed that Condé Nast Traveler magazine published a new feature titled Where in the World to Eat: Two hundred and seven of the greatest restaura...
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We learned about Independence Day during our schooling, and we celebrate it every Fourth of July. The celebration part comes easily, but the facts about this important day fade from memory for many of us who were schooled on the subject long ago. What better time to refresh our memories and reconfirm that importance of this holiday than on the cusp of July 4th, the day we honor our independence as a sovereign nation. Let us remember … (click on t...
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One of the things travelers worry about most is their luggage. It gets lost. It gets stolen. It gets damaged. Lost or stolen luggage is a tremendous headache. Nothing gets a trip off to a bad start like arriving at our destination only to realize that we don’t have a change of clothing or toiletries for our morning and evening ablutions. Luggage manufacturers have not exactly been leading innovators. As CIO magazine puts it: “Luggage is long over...
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First of all, artificial intelligence is a misnomer. There is nothing artificial about computerized intelligence that beats human beings at chess and Jeopardy. It would better be stated as machine intelligence or non-organic intelligence. To maintain continuity with conventional usage, we will refer to it as artificial intelligence in this posting. Was that a snicker I heard? If you think artificial intelligence is one of those flights of fancy t...
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The Rose Hotel is a 34-room European-style boutique hotel located on historic Main Street in downtown Pleasanton, Calif., in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our hotel features old world ambiance with modern amenities. Our guests can easily walk to a plethora of upscale restaurants and shopping establishments.
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807 Main Street, Pleasanton, CA 94566, United States
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