Amber House Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... the pictures will begin from there. We will be visiting sites in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. The highlight of this trip will be the Formula 1 race weekend in Austin, Texas the last weekend of October. ...
... steak, chopped regular and sweet potatoes, corn, brussel sprouts, bread and fruit. We all had some adult beverages and sat down to eat. Dans younger twin consigns were an absolute riot!! They were the cutest little girls ever!! Maddie kept telling us jokes and stories while we were eating dinner. She's a funny little girl that one. As we were ...
... best of everything that life brings their way.
- Travel and explore as much as possible. Avoid having a small, narrow, or regional vision of the world.
- Go on adventures as much as possible. Get off the beaten path.
- Smile often. Laugh often. Don’t take yourself too seriously. ...
... The woman, her name was Jill I think, was originally from Wisconsin, and we chatted with her and her daughter Savannah about the holiday they were taking. Then we watched Nim’s Island. Dear God. It was awful but fun to chat with Savannah while it went on. Seb ventured out at some point to get dinner, but I was stuck in the armchair. I got out of it once to play checkers with Seb, and then again to go to bed. A highly successful day of ...
... town. The walk seemed a bit dodgy, but had decent views along the Sacramento River and was a good walk. I didn't know what to expect when coming to Sacramento. I didn't research it much, but it turned out to be a really fun place. The river has a few famous bridges that are pretty cool and once you get into old town, there is a bunch of buildings from the 1850s. I thought the gold rush was only around San Francisco, but it also hit Sacramento ...