Red Roof Inn Rancho Cordova - Sacramento
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So all this week I've been chilling out in Rancho Cordova, just outside of Sacramento California, waiting for my mum to arrive (tomorrow!!). I found a really nice couple to stay with on airbnb, and they are christians as well which has been awesome.
Thursday I went to downtown Sacramento on the light rail. I went to the Yellow 'tower bridge' and took pictures near the Capitol. It was really beautiful, but I ...
... was great and the kids had a lot of fun playing.
The kids had a go on the bicycle powered merry-go-round. (Except Cam who decided he was too big.)
The kids were keen to have a go on the bounce houses erected, the two older boys had a go on the gauntlet one. Five minutes to go through as many times as they wanted, climbing, sliding and crawling through. By the time their time was up ...
... of our night camping on the Botswana delta. Except here, there were bears not hippos grunting. We love our camping and have come accustomed to the cold temperatures. Last night however, it was just shy of -5c and a little unbearable especially since we were millimetres from the ground on yoga mats and without thick enough sleeping bags and thermals. Although we were up most of the night shivering, we put it down to an experience that we are glad to have done. I didn't make the ...
... they speak unfairly fast and apparently have an accent I am not used to. They were kind enough to speak some English to me though, but I left Onelica to explain why the car had a smell of **** about it, and why I had a plastic bag of ****-stained clothes for Onelica's mum to wash. We also washed the 'trunk' carpet in the garden with a high-powered hose and displaced the last morsels of **** trapped in my suitcase's wheel mechanism. Talk about first impressions.
... then led us to the second floor to show his favorite view – straight out towards capitol mall. He took us back in time, imagine this, picture that. The 400-pound wooden doors, the earthquake damage, the intricacy and intensiveness of the repairs. We followed every word.
How does an artist sign his work when told he can’t? Why does Governor Brown’s portrait look so ...