RV parking close to Stanford?

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RV parking close to Stanford?

Postby Ruthless67 » Mon Nov 23, 2009 11:21 am

Hi all,
I’m one of the many who have their paper work in and are waiting for the call from Dr. Dake and then the next call from Darcey or Alex to schedule.
I’ve been following all the posts from our pioneer brother’s & sisters on pre- & post surgery suggestions, and I thank them from the bottom of my heart. The info on negotiating the Stanford hospital and local lodging is extremely helpful.
Now here’s my newest question. We have a 36 ft motor home and I’m thinking it might be nice to stay in my own bed rather than a motel room after being released from the hospital. Does anyone in that area know of a “quiet” and safe spot for us to park for a week or so that close or at least near the hospital? We are currently staying in Napa, CA so we could swing by in our vehicle ahead of time to check places out. We just could use some suggestions from those in the know. We have solar panels on our motorhome, so we don’t need to have any hookups, their always nice, but not necessary.
Thanks, Lora
Ps: Darcey did say we could stay in the parking lot, so we will check that out ahead of time as well.
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Postby jay123 » Mon Nov 23, 2009 2:48 pm

Have you ever investigated joining the Elks? There is an Elks lodge near there, but I see from their web site they are rebuilding it so I don't know the status of their parking is.
The Elks are one of the best charitable organizations around, and one nice for members is almost every lodge has RV parking for visiting members. You can literally drive across the country staying at them!
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Postby Ruthless67 » Mon Nov 23, 2009 3:21 pm

Yes Jay123,

We are Elks members, I'll get out my book and make a call. Thanks for the good suggestion.

Lora
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