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3 weeks in San Jose

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I am in San Jose for 3 weeks for work. On the weekends, I'll be doing some nature trips that should be great fun. But during the week, I will be in the city interviewing people. I'll have some time to tour museums, etc, when I have gaps in my schedule. I know everyone says don't spend any time in San Jose, but I really have no choice. Do you have any recommendations for me for things to do? I'm staying in the Holiday Inn downtown because I liked the location (easier to walk to museums whereas the hotel everyone loves seems to be off by itself). Also, I can get a king suite 2 rooms for only $150/night, which is a great deal. I need good internet as I'll be working in the room as well.

Any suggestions, tips, places to avoid - anything about San Jose at all - would be really welcome.

Thanks!

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