Sacramento International Hostel
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Absolutely fantasic! I had a huge dorm, very comfy bed, great staff who are always up for a chat and recommendations, beautifully preserved mansion. Who doesn't want to stay in a Victorian style mansion?! Great common areas both new and old. Perfect, central location and really easy to get to from the highway.
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Na een brakke nacht hebben we de spullen gepakt en uitgecheckt. We kunnen opgelucht ademhalen: voor de 2e nacht hebben ze evenveel gerekend als voor de eerste. $90,00 staat toch een stuk leuker dan $220,-, zoals aangegeven op de moteldeur. Op naar Sacramento, waar we weer eens in een hostel zullen verblijven. Onderweg veel landbouw, boomgaarden en …
... THE WORLD. California is the fifth-largest supplier of food in the world. We spotted many a sign supporting farmers and bemoaning water rations in the sunshine state. Also cows. Lots and lots of dairy cows. Don't get me wrong, I wasn't disappointed, it's just that...I thought California would be, oh I don't know, a bit more...California-ier? You know, like everyone would be dressed like this.
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... one a museum rather than a hostel, but it was closed. So then we followed our stomachs, or more appropriately, Seb’s stomach, to a nearby Mediterranean place. After that we went back to the hostel and literally did nothing but chill all evening and afternoon. They have a great TV room downstairs with an armchair that almost swallows me whole. We watched Spiderman, I wrote things and doodled around, then we made friends with a woman and ...
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Larry: "The spontaneous cultural exchange when Jenni took over the espresso machine in Rwanda and taught the staff how to make a proper espresso ... and the look of terror on Jessi's face, caught by my camera, during that crazy first gorilla trek in Uganda. That was such a crazy hike...and you pushed through it. I was so proud of all of us! Two memories of a few thousand...that I will ...
I was born and reared in Sacramento, and left when I was 17. Although most of my childhood friends are no longer in touch, I have family still living in Sacramento, Elk Grove, and Lodi. One of my oldest childhood friend is Sab Shimono the actor. He sends me a postcard ...