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Original post made on Feb 5, 2014

Which Palo Alto neighborhood has access to a library, grocery store, coffee shop, City Hall, the police department and University Avenue, all within walking distance?

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Posted by K S Langford, a resident of Menlo Park
on Feb 5, 2014 at 4:43 pm

My best friends are Carol & Ian - fairy tale house w/a huge yard. (watered it) Lived a couple of times in Palo alto - Addison & Tasso. In Menlo Park before moving to Tucson - NEVER, NEVER, NEVER move here. Rent IS "free", but it's like a 3rd world country. Palo Alto w/their own power company - being able to walk everywhere & having a "Togo's" & "Pizza A Go-Go". (changed name/location or just disappeared - all for the worse) Born in SF - never moved from the peninsula. Moving "home" as soon as lease is up. Rather live in my car under a bridge there then this nice apt here...


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