BEST WESTERN PLUS Rancho Cordova Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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There are too many great things about being retired for me to ever try to list them. One big plus is having time to sort and pack for trips. We may leave it until the last minute, but we do not feel rushed. There was plenty of time this morning to wash and iron several shirts I should have laundered days ago. Of course, I may not know until Tuesday whether I remembered to pack everything I should have. There is always something overlooked ...
Decided to drive a short distance to tour the Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield. Shortly after leaving I discovered that my wallet was still in the trailer so back we went. As we approached Fairfield I saw a soccer store and decided to check it out. Jaden found both the cleats and ball he had long been looking for and Emma some new shin guards. On arrival at the factory we see enormous crowds of people and learn that the wait for tours will be 1 hr. So ...
... could not even see the mountain. And then later the mountain was revealed to me while on the hike. Also, I took a chance taking a trail to find Torrisdale Beach based on my google satellite research. The lady in the cafe said I couldn't get there from that way, but I went anyway, and it was awesome and way easier.
- Driving on the road and being surrounded by the mountains of the Scottish Highlands while listening to the trance music in my ...
My final day in San Francisco started with a trip to one of the plush hotels on Union Square, as we attempted to reach the 33rd floor for a picturesque view of the city, as recommended by Onelica's sister, Veronica. As we weren't guests this involved quietly shuffling past security and making a beeline for the lifts. Unfortunately, the lift would not take us any higher than the 32nd floor, as the roof was closed, so we took in the view from the glass lifts, which ...
... hundred trees in 1869; today some palms remain from the original circular path that was used as a shady walk between the Capitol and the Agricultural Pavilion; they alternated California fan palms with English elm. Additions and renovations have gone on over the years, and many trees are labeled today. Walk the grounds and find these fifteen notable trees:
1. Deodar Cedar – 8 of these elegant trees are part of the original ...