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Old 05-04-2016, 03:01 PM   #15
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Thanks again everyone, it looks like Coyote Creek is the likely winner.

I've contemplated the Elks thing before as I do a fair bit of community stuff when I'm home, but unfortunately I do not qualify (and it's not the citizen one...) and won't lie about it. That's a discussion for another thread

Special thanks for the warnings regarding the fairgrounds. I had high hopes for them!
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Be aware that Coyote is EXPENSIVE - on the order of $70+ per night! And you're 30 miles from San Jose so you'll be sitting in commute traffic both directions. one option would be to catch CalTrain in Morgan Hill - it'll take you to the heart of Silicon Valley for a few bucks a day. About the same distance, and a lot less expensive, would be the Alameda County fairgrounds in Pleasanton - although you'll still be dealing with commute traffic. I don't know if CalTrain gets anywhere near there, though.
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